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echo command in the terminal
Hey there! hope you are ok.
I still don't see the point of the echo argument to be useful? obviously if it is there it is for a reason, but I cannot visualise why we need this for?
#!/bin/bash let a=2+2 echo $a
Let me know if this helps!