merge stdin, stdout?

jonny lowe jonny.lowe.12345 at gmail.com
Sun Feb 7 00:41:09 CET 2010


On Feb 5, 11:10 pm, "Gabriel Genellina" <gagsl-... at yahoo.com.ar>
wrote:
> En Fri, 05 Feb 2010 17:39:07 -0300, jonny lowe
> <jonny.lowe.12... at gmail.com> escribió:
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> > On Feb 4, 8:20 pm, exar... at twistedmatrix.com wrote:
> >> On 01:56 am, jonny.lowe.12... at gmail.com wrote:
> >> >What I want is to have an easy way tomergeinput.txt and thestdout
> >> >so that output.txt look like:
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> >> >Enter a number: 42
> >> >You entered 42.
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> >> >Here, the first 42 is of course from input.txt.
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> >> It sounds like you might be looking forscript(1)?
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> > $ script -c "./y < input.txt" output.txt
> > Script started, file is output.txt
> > gimme x:you entered hello
> > Script done, file is output.txt
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> Try moving the redirection out of the command:
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> $ script -c ./y output.txt < input.txt
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The result is the same as before. I've tested in fedora11.

-jon



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