What is the use of tee command in Unix?

We use tee command in a shell to read the input by user (standard input) and write it to screen (standard output) as well as to a file.

We can use tee command to split the output of a program so that it is visible on command line interface (CLI) as well as stored on a file for later use.

Syntax is tee [-a] [-i] [file …]

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