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Sending screen commands to text file

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I have been told that I can easily pipe a command to a text file. I know how to do that in DOS but not in Unix. How would I pipe the following command to a text file in Unix or Linux?

Calendar downsync mirapointusername vcal

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John
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Use

command > textfile

to create a new file

or

command >> textfile

to append to an existing file.

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