On Unix and other operating systems that are similar to Unix, there is a command called yes that, when used, will repeatedly print an affirmative response or a user-defined string of text until is terminated. If not piped into another command, the yes command will continue to output “y” or whatever is supplied as an argument, followed by a newline periodically until the user stops it or it is terminated in another way. If it is piped into another command, it will continue until the pipe breaks (i.e., the program completes its execution). However, if the user inserts a string following the word “yes,” the output of the word “yes” will be the same as if it were the letter “y,” in a manner analogous to echo.


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