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How would I do it for a .HTML file itself now? For example the HTML contains img src="images/lockup.gif" I want to verify all other images are 'some_pretty_pic.gif' and not 'Some_Pretty_Pic.gif' and if it does contain uppercase, output it to the screeen.
P.S. My previous post was incorrect. Should have been 'exclusive or" instead of "exclusive"
Having _1234.gif is okay to have in a fielname and
grep -E 'img src=".*[A-Z].*\.[Gg][Ii][Ff]"' *html
seemed to do it's job. Now only thing is that it's hard to read, I would like to only see maybe 'images/02_140_A9_Reg_EM_PRO_r2_08.gif' and not the whole line of HTML code. I assume I need to use the sed command and some how parse it out?
Now only thing is that it's hard to read, I would like to only see maybe 'images/02_140_A9_Reg_EM_PRO_r2_08.gif' and not the whole line of HTML code. I assume I need to use the sed command and some how parse it out?