< > symbols in a batch file

I'm trying to run a mysql dump and when i execute the file a 0 or a 1 appears before the < or > symbol, how can I use this symbol in a batch file?

mysqldump -u root -p extractor --routines > E:\MySQLDumpCMD\newsql.sql

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This is normal. cmd just outputs what is intended. In your case < redirects the standard input stream (0) and > redirects the standard output stream (1). Which is to say that 0< is the same as < and 1> is the same as >. So both ways of writing it are equivalent.


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