Show lines below and/or above a match with grep
$ grep pattern file.s -A n
n lines of trailing context after each match.
$ grep pattern file.s -B n
n lines of leading context before each match.
$ grep pattern file.s -C n
n lines of leading and trailing context surrounding each match.
$ man grep.
grep is copyleft-licensed and is maintained by Jim Meyering1. It was first released in 1973.
GNU Grep official website.↩︎
I do self-funded research and I'm writing a book.
> What's the book about?
About technologies and agency.
Meaning, technologies can foster agency. No doubt. But I am also asking:
Can usage of technologies give us a sense of empowerment while in fact undermining our abilities?
I posted a summary of the prologue on the homepage: https://yctct.com/