ECHO(1)                                                   ECHO(1)

          echo - echo arguments

          echo [ -n ] [ -e ] [ arg ] ...

          Echo writes its arguments separated by blanks and terminated
          by a newline on the standard output.  Option -n suppresses
          the newline.

          Option -e enables the interpretation of C-style escape
          codes, \b, \f, \n, \r, \t, \\, and \ddd, where d is an octal
          digit, plus the special code \c, which terminates the out-

          Echo is useful for producing diagnostics in shell programs
          and for writing constant data on pipes.  To send diagnostics
          to the standard error file, do `echo ... 1>&2'.