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When i run WolframScript and write the output of a *.wls to a file and then modified the program slightly, i started getting these more exotic outputs. The function used is NetTrain. Does someone know Why this can happen?

The Image contains usual output, interrupted by chains of "^@" repeated a seamingly random amount of times. After these chains there is some remainder of proper output but not all of it.

Erroreous example

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  • $\begingroup$ This seems like a bug. Have you asked WRI about it? It may otherwise be to do with your terminal emulator doing something weird, but it looks like you're piping it to a file, so probably not. $\endgroup$ – Carl Lange May 17 at 16:54

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