Linux: What are scripts writing to stdout and stderr in a readable way?

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We currently have several scripts that should have stopped running but, for some reason, they're hanging around forever. Would there be a way I could figure out what they're writing to stdout and stderr in a readable way? I already tried this:

tail -f /proc/(pid)/fd/1

But it's not working. Does anyone have an idea?

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