$PWD" } To force the use of an external command instead of any function or built-in that would otherwise have precedence, use enable -n, which turns off shell built-ins, or command, which ignores shell functions.
Txt fill it up $ Saving Output from a Command | 33 Discussion The first line of the example shows an echo command with three arguments that are printed out. txt, which is why no output appears after that echo command. The second part of the example uses the cat command to display the contents of the file. We can see that the file contains what the echo command would have otherwise sent as output. The cat command gets its name from the longer word concatenation. The cat command concatenates the output from the several files listed on its command line, as in: cat file1 filetwo anotherfile morefiles—the contents of those files would be sent, one after another, to the terminal window.
bash Cookbook: Solutions and Examples for bash Users by Cameron Newham, Carl Albing, JP Vossen