On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 6:47 PM, Rugxulo <rugx...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I/O redirection can
>> be used to assign them elsewhere, using the < , >, and | operators.
>> DOS is like Unix in this regard, save that vanilla DOS can't handle
>> stdout and stderr separately.  4DOS can, and there are other third
>> party utilities for doing it.
> It's the shell (usually COMMAND.COM) that handles redirection to/from file.
> Redirecting stderr is somewhat rare as such errors are usually meant to be
> verbose anyways and not silenced. But yes, there are ways around that (e.g.
> DJGPP's REDIR.EXE). Check the sources if desired, it's just dup() or such,
> duplicating the file handle.

Rare in DOS, where COMMAND.COM doesn't separate STDOUT and STDERR.
Common in *nix, where the Bash, Bourne,C, Korn and Z shells do.

You often *don't* want the two streams intermixed, and you may wind up
doing something like "foo 1> foo.out 2>&1". to redirect to the same

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