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ncc: Bundle a Node.js application into a temporary directory and run it for testing.
$ ncc run ${filename-js}
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The command "ncc run ${filename-js}" requires some context to be fully explained. However, based on the provided information, we can break down the command into its individual components:

  1. "ncc": This likely refers to "Node.js Compiler Collection" (ncc). It is a tool used to compile Node.js projects into a single distributable file.

  2. "run": This keyword indicates that we want to execute or run a specific action using the "ncc" tool.

  3. "${filename-js}": This part represents a placeholder that should be replaced with an actual filename. The "${}" syntax is often used in command-line interfaces to denote that a value will be substituted there. Given the "-js" suffix, it suggests that the filename should have a ".js" extension, indicating it's a JavaScript file.

So, when the command is used in practice, you would replace "${filename-js}" with the actual name of a JavaScript file (e.g., "main.js" or "script.js"), resulting in a command like "ncc run main.js" or "ncc run script.js". This would instruct the "ncc" tool to compile and run the specified JavaScript file.

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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