Ted Dennison wrote:
>
> I have a simpler one:
>
>      grep -c ";"
>
> (To get this to work on windows, you need cygwin. :-)  )
>
Actually on NT in a shell window type:
find /c ";" *.ada
D:\CCSnapShots\gab_view3\NewAdaVOB\test\greeting.rss>find /c ";" *.ada

---------- COMPLEX.1.ADA: 2

---------- FOO.1.ADA: 1

---------- GREET.2.ADA: 6

---------- HELLO.2.ADA: 4

---------- MESSAGES.1.ADA: 3

---------- MESSAGES.2.ADA: 5

---------- WELCOME.2.ADA: 5

The NT find command has /I /V /N and /C that work very similarly
to the unix grep -i -v -n -c.

Greg