echo [options] [string, variables…]
Displays text or variables value on screen.
Options
-n Do not output the trailing new line.
-e Enable interpretation of the following backslash escaped characters in the strings:
a alert (bell)
b backspace
c suppress trailing new line
n new line
r carriage return
t horizontal tab
\ backslash
For eg. $ echo -e “An apple a day keeps away attdoctorn”
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8 Comments

Jonathan Justus

April 15, 2020

Well explained

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Arjun Diwan

April 15, 2020

Sound is Very Low.

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The uggster

April 15, 2020

wat are you fucking gay?

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Liyuan Liang

April 15, 2020

Isn't this like print?

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Money Talkz

April 15, 2020

I've been creating variables in shell scripts for for a while now, but I never knew it was possible from the terminal until watching this video. I always used "set" instead (example: "set hello world; echo $1 $2 ——> "hello world"). echo $0 is always "bash"

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Faris Mushtaq

April 15, 2020

Nice tutorial

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Ankit

April 15, 2020

Waiting for 19th one

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Ankit

April 15, 2020

Very good sir …Keep uploading Linux tutorial !!!

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