The Linux command yes is a command line utility used to output a string repeatedly until killed. It is typically used in shell scripts and batch files to aid in automation and testing. The yes command is available on most Linux distributions and can be used to quickly generate a large amount of output. It is also useful for quickly filling up a file or terminal window with text.
The HTML command is not a valid Linux command.
Yes is a command line utility available on Linux systems that allows users to quickly answer a prompt with a “yes” or “no” response. It is useful for quickly confirming a prompt without having to type out the full word. Yes can also be used to generate an endless stream of affirmative responses, which can be useful for testing or other purposes.
The syntax for the yes command is as follows:
Where STRING is an optional argument that can be used to specify the string that should be repeated. If no argument is provided, the default string “y” will be used.
For example, to generate an endless stream of “yes” responses, you can use the following command:
To generate an endless stream of “no” responses, you can use the following command:
You can also use the yes command to quickly answer a prompt with a “yes” or “no” response. For example, if you are prompted with the question “Do you want to continue?”, you can use the following command to answer with a “yes”: