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When ever we execute a command say ls -l, a new shell is spawned with fork() and execve() executes your command. Now my question is when this thing complete and child shell shutdowns how is the output passed to the parent shell which shows it. Does child writes the STDOUT of parent shell? What exactly happens here?

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