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Using cURL to retrieve the output of a file only takes a few more characters. Saving a file with a remote file name can save the output to a local file in the current working directory. Using the output redirection operator in Linux, you can use the output append operator to write the output into a specific file. If the target server responded with the HTTP redirection code (3xx) for the requested file, the local file you downloaded would be empty. If you want to download multiple files with a single command, you have to add the sizeof-r to the cURL.