Protecting files with noclobber

To protect files on Linux by accidently overwritten by > operator, you can use

Now if you try to overwrite a file with >, you will get error

If you really need to overwrite, use >! operator.

Example

Instead of running the command “set -o noclobber” everytime, you can add it to .bashrc file.

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