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ECHO(1)			    General Commands Manual		       ECHO(1)

NAME
       echo - print the	arguments

SYNOPSIS
       echo [-n] argument ...

OPTIONS
       -n     No line feed is output when done

EXAMPLES
       echo Start Phase	1  # 'Start Phase 1' is	printed

       echo -n Hello	   # 'Hello' is	printed	without	a line feed

DESCRIPTION
       Echo  writes  its  arguments to standard	output.	 They are separated by
       blanks and terminated with a line feed unless -n	is present.  This com-
       mand is used mostly in shell scripts.

SEE ALSO
       sh(1).

								       ECHO(1)

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