Execute a command or function, bypassing the usual order of precedence.
fexec allows you to execute a command or function, bypassing the usual order of precedence.
fexec: flag command [ parameters... ] -> <stdout> ```
fexec: private /source/builtin/autocomplete.alias
builtinExecute a murex builtin
functionExecute a murex public function
helpDisplay help message
privateExecute a murex private function
There is an order of precedence for which commands are looked up: 1.
pipe functions because they alter the behavior of the compiler 2. Aliases - defined via
alias. All aliases are global 3. murex functions - defined via
function. All functions are global 4. private functions - defined via
private. Private's cannot be global and are scoped only to the module or source that defined them. For example, You cannot call a private function from the interactive command line 5. variables (dollar prefixed) - declared via
let 6. auto-globbing prefix:
@g 7. murex builtins 8. external executable files
alias: Create an alias for a command
autocomplete: Set definitions for tab-completion in the command line
bg: Run processes in the background
builtins: Returns runtime information on the internal state of murex
event: Event driven programming for shell scripts
exec: Runs an executable
fg: Sends a background process into the foreground
function: Define a function block
jobs: Lists all running functions within the current murex session
open: Open a file with a preferred handler
private: Define a private function block
source: Import murex code from another file of code block
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