Perhaps this has been answered previously, I would welcome a link to another answer...
If I execute a shell command (in a
bash shell) like the following:
Then while the output from
make is scrolling by from the
STDOUT of the
make command, if I type
make check and press enter before the first command is finished executing, when the
make command finally finishes the next command
make check will pick right up and run.
My question(s) are simply:
- Is this dangerous to do?
- Are there any potential unexpected behaviors from this kind of rush typing?
- Why does this work the way it does?