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tarlz : can't understand option "--output=<file>"

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Subject: tarlz : can't understand option "--output=<file>"
Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2021 07:33:54 +0000

The subject should give clear idea of what I am talking about.
But here is the thing.
I was trying to compress a folder using tarlz.
I used the option '--output=path/to/some/file'
But it seemed like I was getting garbage output in my terminal.
I assumed that is the option for output file .i.e the archive.
Anyway '--file=<archive>' seems to do the work that I was trying to do.
But then, '--output=<file>' is not clear to me. What does it do?

Thanks for reading.

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