batch-file,findstr , How to show the place and only the words found Findstr?
How to show the place and only the words found Findstr?
I wonder how do I show the location where the words were found in findstr?
Set "LFiles=%temp%\Files\*.txt">nul 2>&1
Findstr /li /G:"List.txt" "%LFiles%">"Result.TxT"
(for /F %%a in (List.txt) do (
Findstr /li /C:"%%a" "%LFiles%" > NUL
if not errorlevel 1 echo %%a
The desired result in Result2:
Note: the filenames are random
I could make him show you what was found in each file...
Came here two problems:
- How do I show him the file names if they have spaces in the name?
- How do I join the results of the same file on a single line?
Dir /b "%temp%\Files\*.txt">Files2.txt
Set "LFiles=LFiles=%temp%\Files\*.txt">nul 2>&1
Findstr /li /G:"List.txt" "%LFiles%">"Result.TxT"
(for /F %%a in (Files2.txt) do (
(for /F %%b in (List.txt) do (
Findstr /li /C:"%%b" "Result.txt" > NUL
if not errorlevel 1 echo "%%a" "%%b"
The desired result
File 01.txt: Song, Music
File 02.txt: Music, Disc
The solution below execute
findstr command just one time per each word in List.txt file, so it should run faster. It also keep the results in "file" array for any further processing:
for /F %%a in (List.txt) do (
for /F "delims=" %%b in ('findstr /LIM /C:"%%a" "%LFiles%"') do (
set "file[%%~Nb]=!file[%%~Nb]! %%a"
set /A "word[%%a]+=1"
(for /F "tokens=2* delims==" %%a in ('set file[') do (
for %%c in (%%b) do echo %%c
)) > Result2.txt
ECHO RESULT IN REQUESTED FORMAT:
ECHO VALUES STORED IN "FILE" ARRAY:
ECHO WORD COUNT:
EDIT: New method that count the number of each word per file, as requested in comment.
rem Accumulate counts of all file/word combinations in a two-dimensional array
for /F %%a in (List.txt) do (
for /F "delims=:" %%b in ('findstr /LI /C:"%%a" "%LFiles%"') do (
set /A "count[%%~Nb][%%a]+=1"
rem Group word counts for the same file
for /F "tokens=2,3* delims==" %%a in ('set count[') do (
set "file[%%a]=!file[%%a]!, %%b (%%c)"
rem Show the final result
(for /F "tokens=2* delims==" %%a in ('set file[') do (
echo %%a.txt = !line:~2!
)) > Result2.TxT
ECHO THE COUNT ARRAY:
ECHO THE FILE ARRAY:
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