tee [-i] [-a] [file] . . .
transcribes the standard input to the standard
output and makes copies in the
The sole purpose of
is to serve, as its name implies, as a ``T'' in a pipe. For example, the
grep pattern file1 | tee file2 | wc -l
catches the output of grep in file2 without having to reexecute
The available options are:
Append output to the
rather than overwriting them.
language-specific message file. (See LANG on
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