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$ carbon-now --open ${filename}
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The command "carbon-now --open ${filename}" is used to open a code file named ${filename} in the Carbon application.


  • "carbon-now" is the main command that calls the "carbon-now" package or module.
  • "--open" is an option or flag that specifies to open the file in the Carbon application.
  • "${filename}" is a placeholder for the actual name of the code file that you want to open with Carbon. It is expected to be replaced with the actual filename when executing the command.

Overall, this command allows you to quickly open a code file in the Carbon application to generate a beautiful image of the code snippet. Carbon is a tool used to create attractive screenshots of source code, making it more visually appealing for sharing in presentations, documentation, or social media.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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