GNU/Linux Command – ECHO

echo – Display a line of text on the screen
 
Summary:

Echo is used to show a line of text on the screen with limited Esc sequence (BELL, Backspace, H-Tab, V-Tab,..) handling capabilities.
 
Example:
$ echo -- Display a empty line  $ echo $HOME -- Display the env variable value.  $ echo -n "No new line" -- Display with-out trailing newline.  $ echo "BharathinILUGC" -- Display the line, as it is.  $ echo -e "BharathintILUGC" -- Interpret and show the line  $ echo -e "33[1;34m ILUGC 33[0m" -- Display with color.
Read: man echo

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