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Error file handling with ksh scripting

how can i write content of a variable to a file?

how can i read standard output into a variable?
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Old 07-03-2006
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# how can i write content of a variable to a file?
echo "$myvariable" > myfile           # start
echo "$myvaririable" >> myfile        # append

#how can i read standard output into a variable?
# output from ls command stdout into variable
myvar=$( ls )

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