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From:Paul DuBois Date:November 1 2001 5:16pm
Subject:Re: > mysql < what does the < and > mean?
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At 11:04 AM -0600 11/1/01, Paul DuBois wrote:
>At 11:57 AM -0500 11/1/01, Barbara Ferrell wrote:
>>i am typing a command C:\apache\mysql\bin> mysql<  =
>>C:\apache\mysql\scripts\temp.sql...  which worked by the way thanks to =
>>Andrew Murphy's help.  but i wondered what it meant?  i have looked in =
>>the books..
>
>>
>
>is part of the DOS prompt.

Sorry for those of you whose mailers convert a single > to a message quote
character.  That should read "> is part of the DOS prompt."

>
>< filename
>
>signifies input redirection, that is, that you want the mysql
>command to read as input the contents of the named file, rather
>than reading what you type in interactively.

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