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gummy: Set the screen temperature to 3000K.
$ gummy --temperature ${3000}
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The command provided is a command-line instruction that invokes a program or script named "gummy" with a certain option or argument called "temperature".

The "--temperature" flag indicates that we want to set a specific temperature value for the program. In this case, the value being set is "${3000}". The "${3000}" portion is a placeholder indicating that the temperature value can be replaced with any desired value.

So, running this command would execute the "gummy" program/script with a temperature value of 3000. However, it's worth noting that the specific behavior or purpose of the "gummy" program is not described here, so further context would be needed to understand its full functionality.

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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