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I have executed a command on Windows 10 Command Prompt and forgot to use '>' operator to redirect the results to a file. Now the result is too long and I cannot see the whole result even with scrolling up. How can I save the whole result in a file after executing it?

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I don't think you can retroactively get that data back since its probably in a screen buffer that overwrites itself when screen fills. You'll need to re-run the command with the > symbol as you've indicated

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  • Thanks. I was executing a python script that was time consuming (about 12 hours) :(
    – Atena
    Jan 29, 2018 at 22:19

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