RE: How commands are executing ?

I think you need to read up on the fundamentals of what a shell (like BASH) does when you instruct it to 'execute' a file.

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Subject: How commands are executing ?

I have a small doubt, the binary commands under /bin and
/sbin as well as other path binary files, if you peek deep
into that, you can find the difference in the way of normal
perl programming and some commands will be like binary files.
how are the commands executing like the difference in perl
scripting and binary files.


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