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I tried also:
grep -rnw -e /home/francesco/Desktop/Regression_2016 _TOP_ Version 20 “Regression_2016/.**”
grep -rnw -e “images with no alt text.

I would like to find only the result of the first line found (which should return: -l Planogram 3d Torrent Full Version 20).


This works for me:
grep -rnw -e “/home/francesco/Desktop/Regression_2016 _TOP_ Version 20/images with no alt text.”. |
grep -vw ‘\.rpt$’

And this works without grep:
find. -maxdepth 1 -type f -iname ‘*.rpt’ -exec grep -nr -E “images with no alt text.” {} + |
cut -d” -f 3 | sed’s/^ *//’ | sort | uniq

The only hint of magic is cut -d” -f 3 – which you have to handcraft yourself by stripping the spaces around the match from the output. This is even available from grep itself as -f 3. I used the sed trick to remove the leading and trailing spaces only (not enclosed in any other character) and sort to remove repeated lines.

the version with cut -d” -f 3 is faster, because then grep only has to output one column of the text.
the version that uses grep can take a long time because it runs grep twice, once for the whole file and once for each line of output.

In the end I’d go with the version with cut, if you have the file opened in a text editor with BBEdit (or a reasonably recent equivalent) and can use the utilities mentioned in this answer:

BBEdit’s TextWrangler contains a find/replace function that can do exactly what I want.


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Benaski Airlines was a scheduled freight airline based at the former Benaski Air Force Base, Little Rock National Airport, in Arkansas. It was a regional carrier with cargo services on flights between several midwestern and southern United States cities, such as Chicago and Atlanta.


The airline was founded in 1978, and commenced operations in 1980. It was a wholly owned subsidiary of the airline industry holding company, Aon Corporation of Chicago. Its headquarters were located in Little Rock, Arkansas. It served the United States Midwestern and Southern States. Its main base was Little Rock National Airport.

The airline stopped operations on May 31, 2007, due to the economic slowdown of late 2007.

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