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How to convert shell scrip to binaric command

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Old Unix and Linux 02-02-2010   -   Original Discussion by raghunsi
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Unix or Linux Question How to convert shell scrip to binaric command

here is a typical question for everyone ...

How to convert a given shell script to binaric command along with its shell script switches.

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Old Unix and Linux 02-03-2010   -   Original Discussion by raghunsi
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It's also a commonly asked one. Search the site for "compile shell script".
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