Export command! explained...

The export command in various operating systems allows you to set environment variables or make them available to child processes. The specifics of the export command can vary slightly depending on the operating system you are using. Here's an explanation of how the export command works in different environments:

Remember that environment variables set using export or set are specific to the current session and its child processes. To make the changes persistent or affect the entire system, you may need to modify system configuration files or use other mechanisms provided by the respective operating systems.

It’s important to note that the export the command may have different behaviors and usage in specific shells or scripting languages. Always refer to the documentation or man pages of your specific environment for accurate and detailed information.

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i.hrishikesh nate

Security Researcher | Application Security | Linux | Bug Hunter