The utility I use often. It just finds a text file which has all the strings specified. Suitable if you want to find a source file that has calls to several functions.
A real example. During reverse engineering, I've found that a function may call these Windows API functions: BCryptCloseAlgorithmProvider, BCryptCreateHash, BCryptImportKeyPair, BCryptOpenAlgorithmProvider, BCryptVerifySignature, NCryptOpenStorageProvider, NCryptExportKey.
When googling, I've found this collection of source codes from Microsoft.
Now using my utility I found the single C++ file that has all these calls:
Yes, it's possible to connect find and grep utilities with each other, but that is bulky.
The source code, Python 3.
First I named it "multigrep", but then I realized there are already utilities with such a name...
Further work: regexp support (to match its "grep" part of name better), search on word boundary, inversion...
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