One man's standard output is another man's standard input.
Standard Output (stdout)
One of the standard streams in Unix and Unix-like operating systems, as well as certain programming language interfaces. These streams are preconnected input and output channels between a computer process and its environment (typically a text terminal) when it begins execution. Standard Output is the stream where a process writes its output data.
My name is Jonas Gorauskas and I write words and code. You can find out more about me elsewhere on the internet, at such places like these fine purveyors of content:
The idea for this site started as an attempt to archive various random bits of information and thoughts that I was sure I would forget, but at some point I started using it to dump links and do other things as well, and occasionally even write what might be considered a blog post. The name comes from something that Miguel de Icaza once wrote on Twitter. It uses Nikola with a bootstrap3 theme.
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