[Solved] About commands for linux executable files


 
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Bug [Solved] About commands for linux executable files

I have seen commands like this: (hello is the executable file or maybe script file)
./hello
hello
.hello
So, anyone could tell me the differences among these commands?
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Code:
./hello  # run the hello executable in this directory
hello # run the first instance of the hello executable you find on $PATH
.hello # Run the hidden file .hello from $PATH

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That's it. Thx.
 

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