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I think that xargs is intended exactly for this, but I tried using it and couldn't figure it out.
I have a command
foo -bar 123 --baz=whatever. I want a Bash one-liner to run three copies of it in parallel, except they will have a different argument for
123. Say the first copy will be
123, the second one is
234 and the third one is
345. I want the three commands to execute in parallel.
How can I do this?