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dump display to a file

I want to dump whatever command I type on the terminal + whatever is the result of that command's execution to one file. Is it possible in unix?
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read ‘man tee‘ it may be what u need
see ya
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Check typescript
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Look at the man pages of script command
usually used when you want to keep trace of what you are doing e.g. a software installation... and so you would just type:
 script <output-filename>

and exit to get out of it...

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