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How To Use Negative Matching With grep In Linux (Print Lines That Don’t Match)

How To Use Negative Matching With grep In Linux (Print Lines That Don’t Match)
grep is a command line search utility for Linux that will print out lines in files that match a pattern or regular expression. It’s also useful to invert matches, which will filter out all lines in a file that contain the given string.

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