A command line prompt is a visual indicator the computer is ready to accept a textual command from you.
A command line shell is a program that takes directives from the user and performs them in either the foreground or background. Internal commands are built into the shell, like echoing output. External commands are programs, located in various directories listed in a path. The command line she’ll can manage an environment of variables to pass to programs, user supplied parameters to pass to programs, as well as redirect program input and output to files as well to other programs.
The command line offers incredible power and flexibility as well as the ability to chain low-level operations into higher functionality, which can also be automated.
A majority of operations can be performed more efficiently though the command line than though the GUI, especially complex ones.
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