I found that sometime I use the
command to run a command, but sometime I use the
./command to run another command.
What is the difference?
To run a file by specifying its location, you must include a
ANSWERING IN SIMPLER WORDS:
In Shell prompt we can execute commands... The command are nothing but the name of executable file kept in particular directory such as like : bin, sbin... We can call executable files without specifying the extension name.
When we enter command the file is executed kept in such particular directory.
In this case of using