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The search command line tool is widely used in operating systems to find files or directories based on certain criteria. It allows users to locate specific files or folders using keywords, patterns, or regular expressions. The tool can search for files by their name, size, modified date, or other attributes. Users can also perform searches within specific directories or across the entire filesystem. The search command can be used to quickly find and access files, which is especially useful when dealing with large directories or complex file structures. Its functionality can be further enhanced by using various flags or options that enable more specific search queries. Additionally, search tools often provide features like case-insensitive searches, recursive searching, and the ability to exclude certain directories or file types. Overall, the search command line tool is an efficient and flexible way to locate files and directories on a system.

List of commands for search:

  • units:tldr:c48ea units: List all units containing a specific string in interactive mode.
    $ search ${string}
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