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In a c shell, how does one redirect stdout to both a log file and also screen?

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Several years ago I did several UNIX script with Korn shell; however the c shell bit is different.

How does one capture information in both a file "and" to the screen in the same c shell script?
For example i can do the following:

echo " operation x y z was successful"  >>! test.log


echo " operation x y z was successful " > /dev/tty

Now how does capture in the log and display on the screen? I know you may write double statments for redirecting to log and screen. Is there a clean way to do this in a c shell?

Thanks in Advance

Rick
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echo " operation x y z was successful" | tee -a  test.log
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Outstanding!

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