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The typical way to do this would be in the way you run it from the command line, e.g.
./ < infile > outfile
This would take STDIN from infile and put STDOUT to outfile. The sh type shells and csh type shells have different ways to do STDERROR. Under bash, you'd do something like
./ < infile > outfile 2> errfile

In reply to Answer: how do i redirect STDOUT, STDIN, or STDERR to a FILE? by QandAEditors

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