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An output is an atomic adapter which will emit granules in some form to some external output. This could be a file, a string or some other form of external output that can be processed by some other programming logic,...

An output is normally a 'sink': it accepts data through its input connection, but emits no data through its output connection.

Any granules that come in are dropped from the data flow.