Is it possible to execute files with Bash? If so, how do I do it?
The language of the file matters. If you’re using Python, you can run it with
If you need to run any other languages, don’t hesitate to tell me!
If your file is an executable, you can use
If your file is bash script, you can use
bash [file] or
Most languages have a command to run the script, such as:
C (compile, need to use ./ later):
gcc -o [output file] [file]
even brainf**k have a command to run bf script using
For other languages, just search
how to run [language] in terminal online, you can add
in Ubuntu or
in linux at the end of the u want
If you can’t find a command you think is suitable for your language, you can always find a template using that language, use the template, show hidden files, and use the command from
Note: if it says you have no permission to execute a file, try use
chmod +ax [file]
Change all [bracketed keyword] appeared here to what described inside
Unless not specified you should always include the file extension with the filename
nix-shell -p elinks --run "elinks file.html"
I can’t think of a way to do that one.
They both won’t work. The NodeJS one gives an error, and the HTML one does show an actual webview
What error do you get?
main.sh: line 1: node: command not found
For some reason it also happens for the python one too.
You can type the exact command in shell and it may try to find it in nix env, allow u to install the package/code into your repl
However for those 3, it is much better to use it’s official template when creating a repl, so that it will have a default replit subdomain, code for holding a replit subdomain with the code you got, and pre-set output window
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