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Posted By rbatte1
How about:- echo "${var1}\n${var2}" ...
How about:-
echo "${var1}\n${var2}"
var3=`echo "${var1}\n${var2}"`
echo "$var3"

This should preserve the special characters.

Posted By Scrutinizer
What happens when you use: echo...
What happens when you use:
echo "$var3"
Posted By agn
Try the docs...
Try the docs (
Posted By ygemici
# echo -e $str1"\nContent of str2" This is...
# echo -e $str1"\nContent of str2"
This is string one with spaces
This is also my sentence 1
Content of str2
Posted By karthigayan
Try this , str3=$(echo "$str1 \n $str2") ...
Try this ,

str3=$(echo "$str1 \n $str2")
echo -e $str3
Posted By Scott
Well, provided that LOGFILE is set at the time,...
Well, provided that LOGFILE is set at the time, it should create the file if it doesn't exist:

>>word Use file word as standard output. If the file exists,
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