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Analogues And Alternatives And Bashdot
How do I use the dot command in Bash?
The use of the dot command would be: . myscript.sh The period marker (.), also known as a dot, is a command that allows commands to be evaluated in the current rendering context. In bash, source code processing is equivalent to the key dot (.) and you can also successfully pass parameters to the command, be careful especially when deviating from the POSIX specification.
How do I find the path to my dot file?
If anyone doesn't know where your binary history "dot" is, try running the "dot -v" handle in the console. The information provided (assuming you can install Graphviz) includes the person's full "libdir" path, and the list of "bin" directories they are looking for is exactly in the same path as their "lib" folder, thus . – DanyAlejandro Apr 1 '13 at 10:00
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