I desire to run a
cat heredocument in a single row instead the natural syntax of 3 rows (opener, content, and delimiter). My need to do so is mostly aesthetic as the redirected content aimed aimed to be part of a handbook text file and I would like to save as much rows as I can, in that particular file).
cat <<< TEST > ~/myRep/tiesto tiesto TEST (what I would normally split for 3 parts) results in an errors:
tiesto: No such file or direcotry
TEST: No such file or directory.
Is it even possible to execute one-row heredocuments in Bash?