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In linux, the [...] built-in command is used when you want to run a command/program where the shell is replaced with that command, instead of a separate process being run (e.g. if you want user to run an applicaton but have no access to the shell, you use this build-in command to run the application from within the ~/.profile startup script, as follows):

[...] appln-program
exec

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In linux, the [...] built-in command is used when you want to run a command/program where the shell is replaced with that command, instead of a separate process being run (e.g. if you want user to run an applicaton but have no access to the shell, you use this build-in command to run the application from within the ~/.profile startup script, as follows):

[...] appln-program
?

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In linux, the [...] built-in command is used when you want to run a command/program where the shell is replaced with that command, instead of a separate process being run (e.g. if you want user to run an applicaton but have no access to the shell, you use this build-in command to run the application from within the ~/.profile startup script, as follows):

[...] appln-program
exec
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/.bashrc file for these settings. See also unalias . unalias command Removes an alias created with alias . alias -p Prints list of aliases. eval arg ... Executes args as a line of shell script. <span>exec command arg ... Begins executing command under the same process ID as the current script. This is most often used for shell scripts that are mere wrapper'' scripts for real programs.

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