fzf: a command-line interactive finder
fzf is ‘a general-purpose command-line fuzzy finder’. It allows to search files in an interactive way.
fzf is available on most Linux package managers. Once installed, type
fzf and you will be able to look for files inside working directory. Just type a search term (regex patterns are allowed). By pressing Enter, selected file path will be passed to STDOUT.
You can also pass a list from STDIN or redirect output to a file:
find /home/ricardo -type f -size +100M | fzf > file-path.txt
To exit from
fzf, press any of these keyboard shortcuts: Esc, Ctrl + C or Ctrl + G.