Still learning command line tricks! Here is a great CLI cheatsheet to reference.
To find a file witha specific keyword in it, simply enter the following into your command line:
$ grep -r "keyword" *
Here is a more comprehensive example if you want to test this out:
# clone this directory (or do this within whichever directory you're working with) $ git clone https://github.com/sharksforcheap/CLI-Obstacle-Course # go into the new CLI-Obstacle-Course directory $ cd CLI-Obstacle-Course # find all files with the method name "bootinator" in it $ grep -r "bootinator" * #result app/assets/stylesheets/application_helper.rb: def bootinator(name) app/views/animals/new.html.erb: Then the distressed file said app/views/cars/new.html.erb: Then the distressed file said app/views/people/new.html.erb: Then the distressed file said app/views/schools/new.html.erb: Then the distressed file said app/views/static_pages/new.html.erb: Then the distressed file said