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How can I run a command-line application in the Windows command prompt and have the output both displayed and redirected to a file at the same time?

If, for example, I were to run the command dir > test.txt, this would redirect output to a file called test.txt without displaying the results.

How could I write a command to display the output and redirect output to a file in the Windows command prompt, similar to the tee command on Unix?

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