What command is used to save the standard output in a file, as well as display it on the terminal?
Answer: Option A
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|P. M. Aagjal said: (Jan 16, 2015)|
|What is the long form of tee?|
|Shahe Alam said: (Dec 12, 2015)|
|Tee command is used to store and view (both at the same time) the output of any other command.
Tee command writes to the STDOUT, and to a file at a time as shown in the examples below.
1. The following command (with the help of tee command) writes the output both to the screen (stdout) and to the file.
$ ls | tee <file>
By default tee command overwrites the file. You can instruct tee command to append to the file using the option A as shown below:
$ ls | tee "a <file>
You can also write the output to multiple files as shown below:
$ ls | tee <file1 file2 file3>
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