I’m running some rasa instructions from Anaconda prompt.
I need the result of the instruction to written (appended/over written) in real time to a text file .
Any solution to this? Please help. I have tried with
(the command) > output.txt //output.txt is the file into which I want the result to be written.
Here the error says I’m not using a cmd.exe.
Hey @sreewarrier, sorry for the delay. This question isn’t really related to Rasa, but I’ll try to answer: Using the format you mentioned should work in the standard Windows command line (
cmd.exe). I wonder if it’s something about the Anaconda prompt that is breaking it… If you install Rasa following the installation guide for Windows, and do everything in
cmd.exe, does the
> command work then? Also, if you use a simple command in the Anaconda prompt such as
type file.txt > output.txt (where
file.txt exists), does it still not work?