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A simple shell command such as
echo a b c consists of the command
itself followed by arguments, separated by spaces.
More complex shell commands are composed of simple commands arranged together in a variety of ways: in a pipeline in which the output of one command becomes the input of a second, in a loop or conditional construct, or in some other grouping.
|3.2.1 Simple Commands||The most common type of command.|
|3.2.2 Pipelines||Connecting the input and output of several commands.|
|3.2.3 Lists of Commands||How to execute commands sequentially.|
|3.2.4 Compound Commands||Shell commands for control flow.|
|3.2.5 Coprocesses||Two-way communication between commands.|
|3.2.6 GNU Parallel||Running commands in parallel.|
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