In computing, a command is a directive to a computer program to perform a specific task. It may be issued via a command-line interface, such as a shell, or as input to a network service as part of a network protocol, or as an event in a graphical user interface triggered by the user selecting an option in a menu.

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  1. Command shell overview The Command shell was the first shell built into Windows to automate routine tasks, like user account management or nightly backups, with batch (.bat) files. With Windows Script Host you could run more sophisticated scripts in the Command shell. For more information, see cscript or wscript.
  2. (when tr, may take a clause as object or an infinitive) to order, require, or compel 2. To have or be in control or authority over (a person, situation, etc) 3. (tr) to have knowledge or use of: he commands the language.

Specifically, the term command is used in imperativecomputer languages. The name arises because statements in these languages are usually written in a manner similar to the imperative mood used in many natural languages. If one views a statement in an imperative language as being like a sentence in a natural language, then a command is generally like a verb in such a language.

Many programs allow specially formatted arguments, known as flags or options, which modify the default behaviour of the program, while further arguments may provide objects, such as files, to act on. Comparing to a natural language: the flags are adverbs, while the other arguments are objects.

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Commands

Here are some commands given to a command-line interpreter (Unix shell).

The following command changes the user's working position in the directory tree to the directory /home/pete. The utility program is cd and the argument is /home/pete:

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The following command prints the text Hello World on the standard output stream, which, in this case, just prints the text on the screen. The program name is echo and the argument is 'Hello World'. The quotes are used to prevent Hello and World being treated as separate tokens:

The following commands are equivalent. They list files in the directory /bin. The program is ls, having three flags (l, t, r), and the argument is the directory /bin:

The following command displays the contents of the files ch1.txt and ch2.txt. The program name is cat, having two file name arguments:

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Here are some commands for the DOS, OS/2 and Microsoft Windows command prompt processor. The following command displays the contents of the file readme.txt. The program name is type and the argument is readme.txt.[1]

The following command lists the contents of the current directory. The program name is dir, and Q is a flag requesting that the owner of each file also be listed.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^'Type - Display a text file - Windows CMD'. SS64.com. Retrieved 14 March 2019.
  2. ^'DIR - list files and folders - Windows CMD'. SS64.com. Retrieved 14 March 2019.

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Wikibooks has a book on the topic of: Guide to Windows commands
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The following is a list of the available WebDriver commands.

Close Window
The Close Windowcommand of the WebDriver API closes the current top-level browsing context (window or tab) and returns with the list of currently open WebWindows. If it is the last window that is being closed, the WebDriver session will implicitly be deleted. Subsequent commands after the session is ended will therefore cause invalid session ID errors.
Get Element Attribute
The Get Element Attributecommand of the WebDriver API returns the attribute of the referenced web element. If for example the element is an img, the returned attribute is '//TODO', which is equivalent to calling Element.getAttribute on the element. For XML/XHTML documents it may be cased differently.
Get Element Property
The Get Element Propertycommand of the WebDriver API returns the property of the referenced web element. Given <input value=foo> where the user changes the value to bar, the returned property is bar rather than the initial value foo. This is equivalent to calling Element.getProperty on the element.
Get Element Tag Name
The Get Element Tag Namecommand of the WebDriver API returns the tag name of the referenced web element. If for example the element is an img, the returned tag name is 'IMG', which is equivalent to calling Element.tagName on the element. For XML/XHTML documents it may be cased differently.
Get Timeouts
The Get Timeoutscommand of the WebDriver API returns the timeouts associated with the current session. The session timeout durations control such behavior as timeouts on script injection, document navigation, and element retrieval.
Get Window Handles
The Get Window Handlescommand of the WebDriver API returns a list of all WebWindows. Each tab or window, depending on whether you are using a tabbed browser, is associated by a window handle that is used as a reference when switching to the window.
Get Window Rect
The Get Window Rectcommand of the WebDriver API returns the size and position of the given WebElement. Many WebDriver clients present separate API methods for getting an element’s location and dimensions, but as an optimization they both use this primitive.
New Window
The New Windowcommand of the WebDriver API opens a new top-level browsing context of type window or tab, and returns with a dictionary containing the handle of the new WebWindow and its created type. If the requested type cannot be created by the browser, the alternative type will be tried to create.
Set Timeouts
The Set Timeoutscommand of the WebDriver API sets the timeouts associated with the current session. The session timeout durations control such behavior as timeouts on script injection, document navigation, and element retrieval.
Set Window Rect
The Set Window Rectcommand of the WebDriver API alters the size and position of the operating system window associated with the current window. The command acts as the setter of Get Window Rect, which return object you can pass directly as this command’s payload.

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