Interactive Programming - Command

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A function can be called in a command format 1)

A command for a cli interpreter is the equivalent of a expression (statement) that returns as value an exit code.


See Process - Command (Command line)


The first word generally specifies:

  • a command to be executed (a shell command, a utility),
  • with the rest of the words being that command’s arguments.
commandName arg1 arg2 .... arg3

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