b is a command line tool designed for various purposes. It is a widely used tool that comes pre-installed in most Unix-like operating systems. The name "b" stands for "batch processing" or "background processor". It allows users to run commands in background mode, freeing up the terminal for other tasks. This is useful when running long-running processes or commands that do not require immediate attention. With b, users can start commands or scripts and detach them from the terminal, allowing them to continue running even after logging out. Users can also use b to manage multiple background processes simultaneously, monitor their status, and end them if needed.
List of commands for b:
mpg123:tldr:92eb5 mpg123: Jump back to the beginning for the song.$ btry on your machineexplain this command