UNIX / Linux echo command examples

By | August 20th, 2012|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

All about echo Command The echo command 'echoes' its argument to the standard output. This means that in its simplest form it prints something out on screen. For example: [crayon-599d9fad6763e104500074/] [crayon-599d9fad6764f238754503/] Syntax: [crayon-599d9fad67654444970990/] [crayon-599d9fad67659203642896/] [crayon-599d9fad6765d796645416/] [crayon-599d9fad67661556885315/] [crayon-599d9fad67665875797859/] [crayon-599d9fad67669229698112/] [crayon-599d9fad6766d613004387/] [crayon-599d9fad67671119093388/] Echo the STRING(s) to standard output. Options -n     do not output the trailing newline -e     enable interpretation [...]