In Unix, the command
grep -o prints out only the matched string. This is very helpful when you are searching for a pattern using regular expression and only interested in what matched exactly and not the entire line.
However, I'm not able to find something similar for the Windows command
findstr. Is there any substitute for printing only matched string in windows?
grep -o "10\.[0-9]+\.[0-9]+\.[0-9]+" myfile.txt
The above command prints only the IP address in
myfile.txt of the form
10.*.*.* but not the entire lines which contain such IP adresses.