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I think your executable file just prints a to the screen. When you write $COMMAND, file executed and the output tried to be executed again.Because it cannot execute a command, it gives an error. You can use just simply $COMMAND or echo `$COMMAND`echo `$COMMAND`

I think your executable file just prints a to the screen. When you write $COMMAND, file executed and the output tried to be executed again.Because it cannot execute a command, it gives an error. You can use just simply $COMMAND or echo `$COMMAND`

I think your executable file just prints a to the screen. When you write $COMMAND, file executed and the output tried to be executed again.Because it cannot execute a command, it gives an error. You can use just simply $COMMAND or echo `$COMMAND`

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I think your executable file just prints a to the screen. When you write $COMMAND, file executed and the output tried to be executed again.Because it cannot execute a command, it gives an error. You can use just simply $COMMAND or echo $COMMANDecho `$COMMAND`

I think your executable file just prints a to the screen. When you write $COMMAND, file executed and the output tried to be executed again.Because it cannot execute a command, it gives an error. You can use just simply $COMMAND or echo $COMMAND

I think your executable file just prints a to the screen. When you write $COMMAND, file executed and the output tried to be executed again.Because it cannot execute a command, it gives an error. You can use just simply $COMMAND or echo `$COMMAND`

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I think your executable file just prints a to the screen. When you write $COMMAND, file executed and the output tried to be executed again.Because it cannot execute a command, it gives an error. You can use just simply $COMMAND or echo $COMMAND