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What could be the kubectl command to see k8s secret values

I tried

kubectl get secrets/<secrets-name> -n <namespace>

It returns

NAME            TYPE     DATA   AGE
secrets1        Opaque   1      18h

but I want to know what value stored inside the secret

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So the answer was so simple I just have to add -o jsonpath='{.data}' at the end of the command

kubectl get secrets/<secrets-name> -n <namespace>  -o jsonpath='{.data}'

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