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mono: Run a .NET assembly.
$ mono ${path-to-program-exe}
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This command is used to execute a program using the Mono runtime. Here's a breakdown of the different parts:

  • mono: Mono is an open-source implementation of the .NET framework that allows you to run .NET applications on platforms other than Windows, such as Linux and macOS. It is used as the command to invoke the Mono runtime.

  • ${path-to-program-exe}: This is a placeholder that represents the path to the executable file of the program you want to run. You need to replace ${path-to-program-exe} with the actual path to the program's executable file on your system.

When you run this command, the Mono runtime will be invoked with the specified program file, and it will execute the program using the Mono framework. The Mono runtime is responsible for managing the execution of the .NET code within the program, regardless of the underlying operating system.

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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