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echo0(1)		    General Commands Manual		      echo0(1)

NAME
       echo0 - print arguments to stdout, separated by 0-byte

SYNOPSIS
       echo0 [ args ]

DESCRIPTION
       echo0  prints its command line arguments	to stdout, like	echo. However,
       echo0 puts a zero-byte after each argument, including the last one, and
       does not	print a	final newline.

       This  can be used to print arguments containing spaces, newlines, etc.,
       in a way	which will prevent improper interpretation  of	those  charac-
       ters.   The output of echo0 is suitable for input into things like perl
       -0, xargs -0, or	tar --null.  The -print0  argument  to	find  produces
       output in the same format.

OPTIONS
       None.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright  (c)  2000,  Len  Budney. All rights reserved.	fwipe0 is made
       available under the terms of the	BSD license.

SEE ALSO
       fwipe0(1), xargs(1), find(1), perlrun(1), tar(1)

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