Extract queries from mysql general log

grep -Eo '( *[^ ]* *){4}Invoice_Template( *[^ ]* *){4}' /mysql-bin-log/mysql-gen.log | head -10000 | sort -u
queries related to table 'Invoice_template'
Sample Output

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