Pipe STDOUT of Previous Command as STDIN of Next
How to redirect (or pipe) STDOUT stream from the first command as STDIN stream of the next command?
If you want to pipe two commands together by redirecting the STDOUT stream of the first command as the STDIN stream of the second command, you can use the pipe redirection operator "|" as shown below:
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For example, the "type list.txt" command reads content of the given file and writes to the STDOUT stream. The "sort" command reads lines from the STDIN stream, sorts them and writes them the STDOUT stream.
If you pipe them together as "type list.txt | sort", it will reads lines from the given file, sort them and writes them to STDOUT:
C:\fyicenter>type list.txt | sort 13532 18297 27977 29435 9430
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