[Ubuntu-BD] bitwise right shift (>>)

Shabab Mustafa shabab at linux.org.bd
Sun Mar 25 07:27:05 UTC 2012


It is a standard I/O redirector. It means "append this output to the end of
that file".

Suppose, someone has a file named a.txt and a.txt has a value X in it. Now,
if we run

echo 'Y' > a.txt

it will replace the file a.txt and will have value Y. And if we run

echo 'Y' >> a.txt

it will append '2' at the end of the file and a.txt will show XY .

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Shabab Mustafa



On Sun, Mar 25, 2012 at 1:02 PM, Kabbo Sarker <kabyaa1 at gmail.com> wrote:

> You should specify where, in C++ right? Or in linux shell?
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