I was reading the Bash manual in order to understand the
-s option when invoking
bash. The first sentence says:
-s If this option is present, or if no arguments remain after option processing, then commands are read from the standard input.
What does "no arguments remain after option processing" mean? Eventually, all options will be processed and there won't be any options/arguments left to process, right?
I need to know the difference between using
bash -s and without (i.e.,