How to grep lines having specific format

How to grep lines having specific format

I have got a file with following format.

1234, 'US', 'IN',...... 324, 'US', 'IN',...... ... ... 53434, 'UK', 'XX', .... ... ... 253, 'IN', 'UP',.... 253, 'IN', 'MH',.... 

Here I want to extract only those lines having 'IN' as 2nd keyword. i.e.

253, 'IN', 'UP',.... 253, 'IN', 'MH',.... 

Can any one please tell me a command to grep it.

Methods of sending web-generated config files to servers and restarting services


Linux / Ubuntu command similar to Windows cmd “start”?

How to capture any key in X?

how to detect lines of code with regex in VIM


On linux, how to check if port is in listen state without trying to connect
This works:.
Invalid argument in sendfile() with two regular files
egrep "^[0-9]+, 'IN'" 

74 out of 100 based on 19 user ratings 544 reviews