My env: zsh, macOS
Command in concern:
echo 'hi' | tee > a b c
echo 'hi' > a b c
- Command 1 creates files named
- Command 2 creates a file named
hi b c.
AFAIK, only the usage of Command 1 without
> is documented in the manpage of
echo 'hi' | tee a b c
I want some help to understand why adding
> the above code(i.e., Command 1) still creates multiple files, whereas Command 2 creates only one file.