Input Output Redirection on Linux Explained

Posted by SCHKN on Sep 11, 2019 11:03 PM EDT
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For a system administrator, it is very common to perform input or output redirection during its daily work. Input and output redirection is a very powerful tool, allowing you to connect multiple commands together as well as synthetizing the output of multiple commands. Input / output redirection is a core concept of Unix based systems – and it can be used as a way to increase programmer productivity tremendously.

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