Question:

Explain what is STDIN, STDOUT and STDERR?

Answer:

  • STDIN: The STDIN file handle is used to read from the keyboard
  • STDOUT: It is used to write into the screen or another program
  • STDERR: It is also used to write into a screen. STDERR is a standard error stream that is used in Perl.

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