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Re: [Clip] Re: Searching with Boolean Expressions

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  • Art Kocsis
    Duh! I need more sleep. Or need to grow younger. I had just read that an hour earlier. In one eye and out the hole in my head!!! Art
    Message 1 of 14 , May 17 5:30 PM
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      Duh! I need more sleep. Or need to grow younger.
      I had just read that an hour earlier.
      In one eye and out the hole in my head!!!

      Art

      At 05/17/2011 07:49, diodeom wrote:
      >Art wrote:
      > > So to accomplish your expression use FINDSTR three times - once to
      > > extract all "x"s, then to exclude all "y"s and finally to exclude all "z"s
      > > piping the output each time to the next step. Each pipe is like an AND.
      > >
      > > findstr x | findstr /v y | findstr /v z
      >
      >One can find lines not containing y's or z's in one shot by findstr /v "y
      >z" where the space serves as OR in this notation. (By contrast, the
      >following locates any lines without the literal "y z" string: findstr /v
      >/c:"y z")
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