Grep through the text of djvu files and format results

find ./ -iname "*.djvu" -execdir perl -e '@s=`djvutxt \"$ARGV[0]\"\|grep -c Berlekamp`; chomp @s; print $s[0]; print " $ARGV[0]\n"' '{}' \;|sort -n
Count the occurences of the word 'Berlekamp' in the DJVU files that are in the current directory, printing file names from the one having the least to the most occurences.

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2010-04-07 11:15:26

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