Commit b58ecafc authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Minor copyedits in efaq-w32

* doc/misc/efaq-w32.texi (Grep, Recursive grep): More accurate
description of using 'findstr' as a poor-man's replacement for
'grep'.  Reported by 范凯 <m_pupil@163.com>
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......@@ -1820,7 +1820,8 @@ If you want a quick solution without installing extra tools, a poor
substitute that works for simple text searches is to specify the built
in Windows command @command{findstr} as the command to run at the
@kbd{M-x grep} prompt. Normally you will want to use the @option{/n}
argument to @command{findstr}.
argument to @command{findstr}, to have it print the line numbers for
each hit.
@menu
* Recursive grep::
......@@ -1860,7 +1861,8 @@ path to the findutils @command{find} command.
An alternative if you have a recent version of grep is to customize
@code{grep-find-command} to use @samp{grep -r} instead of both find
and grep. Another alternative if you don't need the full capabilities
of grep is to use @samp{findstr /n /r}.
of grep is to use @samp{findstr /n /r}; add the @samp{/s} option if
you want a recursive search.
@c ------------------------------------------------------------
@node Developing with Emacs
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