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Hi,
I'd like to ask about some scripting tricks. How to write a script that will do these tasks:
1.Read from file first line and writes the readed line into variable. 2. How to write variable value into file.

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1.Read from file first line and writes the readed line into variable.

MYVAR=`head -1 inputfilename`
echo $MYVAR

2. How to write variable value into file.

echo $MYVAR > outputfile
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