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exec



exec

 [

command

]

Execute command in place of the current process (instead of creating a new process). exec is also useful for opening, closing, or copying file descriptors.

Examples


trap 'exec 2>&-' 0	
Close standard error when 

	
shell script exits (signal 0).

$ 

exec /bin/csh

	
Replace Bourne shell with C shell.

$ 

exec < infile

	
Reassign standard input to infile.


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