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Outputting to STDOUT and STDERR

Outputting to STDOUT and STDERR: Linux System Engineer: Bash Shell Scripting for Automation
Outputting to STDOUT and STDERR: Linux System Engineer: Bash Shell Scripting for Automation

Commands output to STDOUT by default, and if there is an error message, they output to STDERR. By default, these both go to the screen but can be redirected to different files. In this video, send data to both STDOUT and STDERR inside a script and test it.

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