Bash Export Command: Everything You Need To Know -Codefather

The export command is a built-in command of the Bash shell that is very handy to know when you work on Linux systems or create Bash scripts.

What does the export command do in Linux?

The export command is used to make variables or functions in the current shell environment also available to child processes of the current shell (e.g. a

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