How to grep Match Two Strings in One Line, or Anywhere in File or Command Output


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The command line grep tool is incredibly powerful and useful for searching for matches in files, sorting text and data, finding strings in large files, and so much more. One common situation many command line users may find themselves in, is seeking to grep match for two different strings in a single line.

You can use grep in the Terminal in MacOS for this, or any other unix-based command line prompt, whether that’s Linux, Windows WSL, any version of MacOS / Mac OS X, or even a rooted iOS/iPadOS if you’re into that kind of thing.

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