How to search (find) in macOS Terminal Console Text


In order to search (find) text for the commands and their output on a macOS Terminal Console you can make use of the Find option by using the keyboard shortcut - Command + F, this will open up a search find bar on the top of your terminal window where you can type in the text you want to search.

search or find in macOS Terminal Console Text

You can also enable the find option by going to Terminal Menu: View -> Find -> Find...

Make use of the arrows, to find the next and previous matches. Click on done to close the hide the find bar.

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