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In linux, the [...] command is used when you have a command stored in a variable and you want to execute that command stored in the string.

For example:

[kevin@linux-box ~]$COMMAND="ls -l" [kevin@linux-box ~]$ [...] $COMMAND Answer eval Question In linux, the [...] command is used when you have a command stored in a variable and you want to execute that command stored in the string. For example: [kevin@linux-box ~]$ COMMAND="ls -l"

[kevin@linux-box ~]$[...]$COMMAND

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In linux, the [...] command is used when you have a command stored in a variable and you want to execute that command stored in the string.

For example:

[kevin@linux-box ~]$COMMAND="ls -l" [kevin@linux-box ~]$ [...] \$COMMAND

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