tty (unix)

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In computing, tty is a command in Unix and Unix-like operating systems to print the file name of the terminal connected to standard input.[1]

Given below is a sample output when the command is run

$ tty
/dev/pts/10

tty stands for TeleTYpewriter.[2]

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