How to search fast in a big .TXT file
by Spaghetih - July 08, 2021 at 06:28 AM
#37
Use nano or in Windows use control+f
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#38
I've been using glogg for quite some time now and it's been doing the job just fine. Files that are +10GB might be slower to read on a hard disk but having an ssd does a thorough search in about 5-10 seconds.
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#39
Split it into multiple smaller files, then use the "Find in files" option of Notepad++
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#40
I have been using ripgrep and it works great once you get the hang of it.
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#41
(October 15, 2021 at 05:01 PM)newuser99 Wrote: I have been using ripgrep and it works great once you get the hang of it.

nice info brother.thanks
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#42
Astrogrep for Windows and Grep for Linux!
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#43
powergrep on windows is a very nice thing
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#44
use grep, it is hard to make faster program than grep
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#45
(July 08, 2021 at 06:28 AM)Spaghetih Wrote: Hello, I would like to know which and the fastest solution to find a word in a large text file (3GB)

I found some shit but it's not fast
use grep (there's a windows version)
or glogg
my fav (em editor)
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#46
for me this in command line (Nix OS)>>

find /path/to/dir -name "mysearch" | sort -du > myres.txt
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#47
try to use different text editor but idk
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