Can I print out a code to STDOUT that would mimic the behavior of Ctrl+c inside
cat? E.g. I would like my script to print out the
cat command followed by the content of the file like this:
cat > /my/file/name.txt I want this line in the filename above and this one and this one as well but I want to exit cat in the next line Ctrl+c somehow
The behavior I want is for the user to copy the lines above, then paste them in a terminal window, and without any more typing, have a
name.txt file with the three lines of content, saved, and be back to the interactive terminal prompt.