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Jun 032011
 

How to echo string to standard error (stderr)?

Answer:

To echo string to the standard error (stderr), rather than the standard output (stdout), you can define the following function in your shell (put in your ~/.bashrc file)

# function echo2() { echo "[email protected]" 1>&2; }

Then you can execute the command like:

# echo2 test

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