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13.19.6.Redirect standard output from the console to the output file
Imports System.IO

Public Class InsertTabs
   Public Shared Function Main(args() As StringAs Integer
      Dim writer As StreamWriter = Nothing

      writer = New StreamWriter(args(1))
      Console.SetOut(writer)
      Console.SetIn(New StreamReader(args(0)))

      Console.WriteLine("this is a test")
      writer.Close()
      
      Dim standardOutput As New StreamWriter(Console.OpenStandardOutput())
      standardOutput.AutoFlush = True
      Console.SetOut(standardOutput)
      Return 0
   End Function 
End Class
13.19.StreamWriter
13.19.1.Create StreamWriter from FileStream
13.19.2.Use StreamWriter and StreamReader to deal with text file
13.19.3.Save various data types to a text file
13.19.4.Log file with StreamWriter and StreamReader
13.19.5.Use WriteAllLines to write text to a file
13.19.6.Redirect standard output from the console to the output file
13.19.7.Recover the standard output stream so that a completion message can be displayed.
13.19.8.Use the OpenStandardOutput method.
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