Write shell script without opening an editor

sudo su -c “echo -e \”\x23\x21/usr/bin/sudo /bin/bash\napt-get -y \x24\x40\” > /usr/bin/apt-yes”
In this example, I’m creating a wrapper for apt-get that assumes yes every time — but the command could be anything.

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