Linux commands: which
A quick guide to the `which` command, used to show where the command is stored
Suppose you have a command you can execute, because it's in the shell path, but you want to know where it is located.
You can do so using
which. The command will return the path to the command specified:
which will only work for executables stored on disk, not aliases or built-in shell functions.
which command works on Linux, macOS, WSL, and anywhere you have a UNIX environment
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