Recently I wanted to put the content of the stdout and the stderr of a
command into variables (without needing to write to a file), something
cmd >>>stout 2>>>sterr
Obviously the idea is to introduce an operator >>> that functions as a
"reverse here-document" that stores the content of a file stream into a
variable. There would be less need to store things in a file on a
I think that would be very useful extension, easy to comprehend in the
light of current syntax, and not clashing with anything as far as I can see.