echo - write arguments to standard output
The echo utility writes its arguments to standard output, followed by a <newline>.
The echo utility recognizes the "--" argument as a string operand.
The following operands are be supported:
Write an <alert>.
Write a <backspace>.
Suppress the <newline> that otherwise follows the final argument in the output. All characters following the ’\c’ in the arguments are ignored.
Write a <form-feed>.
Write a <newline>.
Write a <carriage-return>.
Write a <tab>.
Write a <vertical-tab>.
Write a <backslash> character.
Write an 8-bit value that is a zero, one, two or three-digit octal number num.
Write an 8-bit value that is a zero, one or two-digit hexadecimal number num (extension).
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