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Apache FamEx is a command line based word searcher. In the past it has been used for searching content files on Unix systems and listing files for reading in the [DGPP] section of the configuration.txt file.
Now it is available for searching documents within the directory structure of your file system.
It only needs the configuration.txt file and the list of files to search in the [files] section of the configuration.txt file.
The [strings] section of the configuration.txt file is where you enter a list of words to search for.
The [regex] section of the configuration.txt file is where you enter a list of regular expressions to search for the list of words.
To run the application you need to change the configuration.txt file and run the program.
In the [files] section write the names of the documents to search for.
In the [strings] section write words to search for.
In the [regex] section write regular expressions to search for the strings.
.Log – if the application writes the result to the standard output then you can redirect the text to a file. – you can enter the path and name of the file to log to. – you can give the path and name of the file to log to as an argument. – you can enter a string to replace to a white space.
.List – prints the list of files found – you can enter a path and name of the file to print to. – you can give the path and name of the file to print to as an argument. – you can enter a string to replace to a white space.
.DGPP – prints the content of a DGPP-marked file. – you can enter a path and name of a file that contains the DGPP code to print. – you can give the path and name of a file that contains the DGPP code to print as an argument. – you can enter a string to replace to a white space.
.Help – prints this help message. – you can enter one of the options or search strings to print to the screen.

” or /? to print this help message.


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A command-line based word search tool that can be used for finding files from the classpath and other folders. An extra-verbose mode is also available.
See the FamEx Documentation
Online version:
See the FamEx Online Version
JDK 1.8 or higher
FamEx future plan:
Support for DOS line endings.


Try JFR (Java File/Directory Reader).
It will allow you to search in your java/classpath.

It is an open source java library that allows you to find files, directories, class, or anything else in your java/classpath.
It has command line interface, from which you can give the directory path (where your java files/class are) and then just press a button and a list of the contents will appear.

JFR is very light weight (very less than 1 MB and it uses less than 50 MB RAM) and allows you to search for Java, class, directory, files and much more with very less code.
You can find it here:
or via its site:


how to avoid getting a warning in a map

I have the following map:
Map map = new TreeMap();

I want to add the following element to the map:
map.put(1, null);

I want to avoid getting a warning from the compiler that that will try to assign null to null but if I do not define the getter of null for the Key, the compiler gives me the warning.
How do I avoid getting the warning?


You can initialize it to an empty map with no entries, which will give you a warning:
Map map = new TreeMap();
map.put(1, null);

Or, if you really don’t want it, you can change the warning to an error by using the following annotations:
Map map = new TreeMap();


Use the static member of the map class:
Map map = Collections.unmodifiableMap(map);

That will stop the warning from


FamEx is a Java text finder that runs under the command line. FamEx is a command line-based word searcher.
FamEx Features:
– Java-based text finder and searcher.
– Command line-based.
– Searches for keywords, expressions, and lines.
– Filters out specific characters.
– Easy to search in multiple files.
– Search strings can be modified and rerun.
– Limit of searches of 80,000 lines.
– Flexible configuration.
– Customizable configuration.
– Supports multi-threading.
– The option to run in the background without disturbing the operation of the application.
– Support for Unicode, line breaks, and columns.
– Supports regular expressions in a list.
– Supports file exclusion.
– Separates search strings into lists that can be used together in a row.
– Supports Windows version.
– Supports macOS version.
– Supports GNU/Linux version.
– Supports the netbeans module.
– Supports 64-bit version.
– Supports 64-bit version.
– Supports jdk 9, 10, and 11.
– Supports jdk 8

This is the most advanced regular expression for matching text strings. The regular expressions can be customized in order to match any string and wild cards are used to skip spaces and tabs that might affect the regular expression
You can test regular expressions for error messages.
Supported regex:
Exact match:




What’s New In FamEx?

Comes with a friendly GUI
Simple to use
Can be used on Windows and Linux
Supports Windows, Linux, Mac, and more
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It takes some time to get use to, but FamEx is very powerful and effective when it comes to searching documents.


There are several tools that will show you text snippets from your documents and their meta data:

Google Drive or OneDrive will give you snippets from your documents
Google Docs will also give you snippets from your documents, but it requires that you have a Google account
Within Google Docs you can combine snippets with other snippets in sections.

You can use Google Drive and Google Docs within your own Browser.
A desktop application that you can also use on a mobile device.
Here is a list of alternatives.


Since you’re looking for a command line tool to search all of your files (correct me if I’m wrong), you can use TextPad, which comes free with windows, comes with a command line option to open and edit multiple files, and can search for text in all files open or selected in the current window. The search option is also command line-based.

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System Requirements For FamEx:

Additional Requirements for Mac OS X:

The game will not launch without file.
The game will run without file; however, in order to play some aspects of the game, including playing online, it is highly recommended to download file.
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