I was going through some scripts in my organisation, and I'm wondering what
echo run -d does.
Note: The script was used to execute a jar file with some arguments.
echo run -d outputs the string
run -d on standard output.
Here, it may be that
echo has been used to output some debugging information or for reminding someone to run
run -d, or it may pass that string to something else that reads the standard output of that particular script, for whatever reason. Since the question does not mention any context for the line of code, I can't really speculate more around what the intention of the code might be.