As the name suggests, the echo command echoes the text or string that you want it to display. You can also use the echo command to display the files or directories, write to a file, or use it with other commands. In this video, we’ll cover some common use cases for the echo command.
0:31 What Does the Echo Command Do?
1:30 Sounding an Alert with Echo
2:19 Using Backspace Characters with Echo
3:01 Truncating Commands with Echo
3:36 Printing to a New Line with Echo
4:11 Adding a Tab Character with Echo
4:25 Echoing to a Text File
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