qgrep -y findme *.txt > results.txt
from a command line you can issue the Find command and redirect the results to a text fileif you want to use wildcards I think you have to use the Find command inside a For statementlook up Find, For, and redirecting output in a Command Line reference
FINDSTR [/B] [/E] [/L] [/R] [/S] [/I] [/X] [/V] [/N] [/M] [/O] [/P] [/F:Datei] [/C:Zeichenfolge] [/G:Datei] [/D:Verzeichnisliste] [/A:Farbattribute] [/OFF[LINE]] Zeichenfolgen [[Laufwerk:][Pfad]Dateiname[ ...]]
Along the way, qgrep somehow changed its name to findstr.
grepWin (see attachment in previous post)1) Directory2) Text search3) Text to search for4) File filter5) Select to display ContentWhen it's finished, select all the results and copy to clipboard, you can then paste them into a file.
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