Difference between > and |


#1

I dont get the difference between > and |
to me it looks like they do the same thing?

thank u


#2

@webrunner31607
> is the redirector
|is the "pipe" operator
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/637827/redirect-stderr-and-stdout-in-a-bash-script
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20702652/redirecting-console-output-to-a-file-in-unix
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6673336/how-to-run-multiple-unix-commands-in-one-time