I'm using Radare to print out some information on blobs, essentially I'm running

radare2 -c "pf ... " ./myblob.bin

I would like radare to edit after it runs that -c.

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Radare calls this "quite mode" and provides two options,

-q    quiet mode (no prompt) and quit after -i
-Q    quiet mode (no prompt) and quit faster (quickLeak=true)

You can use them like this,

radare2 -qc "pf ... " ./myblob.bin

This will also suppress the annoying trivia/witty insult thing.

For a follow up question about -Q leaking,

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