Command Line Basics, Data Streams – How Linux Handles Input, Output, and Errors
In this video, we’ll show you how Linux handles input, output, and errors through the standard data streams – standard input, standard output, and standard error. We’ll also see how to automate tasks using these data streams and learn why they’re important.
0:44 Difference Between input & Output
1:25 The Three Data Streams in Linux
1:56 All About Standard Input
2:30 All About Standard Output
3:00 All About Standard Error
3:50 Difference Between Standard Error and Standard Output
4:15 What Do Return Codes Have To Do with Data Streams?
6:00 Standard Output and Standard Error at the Same Time
7:55 Spilt The Output and Handle It Different Ways
15:15 Data Stream Designation
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