Command: tee

  TEE saves a copy of the input (STDIN) to one or more files and
  prints it.


  tee [options] [d:][path]file [[d:][path]file2] ...
      [d:][path]file [[d:][path]file2]  Specifies the output file(s).


  /A  Append to given file(s): Append to the output file(s) instead of
  /I  Ignore interruptions: ignores interruption attempts by a user.


  TEE reads data from standard input and writes to standard output as
  well as any files specified by the user.
  TEE comes with two default builds. TEE.EXE is the TEE build with
  kitten support. _TEE.EXE is the build without kitten.


  echo "Hello, World!" | tee hello.txt
    Displays "Hello, World!" on the screen and saves it to hello.txt.
  tee log.txt another_log.txt < input.txt
    Displays the contents of input.txt and saves them to log.txt and
  catdoc letter.doc | tee /I letter.txt | wc
    Saves the contents of letter.doc as processed by catdoc to
    letter.txt and passes them to wc to count the words.
    Doesn't allow interruptions by a user.
    (catdoc is not part of FreeDOS distribution.)

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  Copyright © 2008 Mateusz Viste, help version 2023 W. Spiegl.

  This file is derived from the FreeDOS Spec Command HOWTO.
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