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The "help" command line tool is a utility that is commonly found in many operating systems and command line interfaces.

  1. The purpose of the "help" command is to provide users with assistance and information about other commands or utilities available in the system.

  2. It is often used when users are unsure about the usage, syntax, or functionalities of a particular command and need guidance.

  3. The tool typically displays a list of available commands, along with a brief description or summary for each command.

  4. The "help" command is commonly used in combination with other commands, where users can input "help" followed by the name of the command they want assistance with.

  5. It is a built-in command in various command-line environments, such as Unix-like systems (e.g., Linux) and Windows Command Prompt.

  6. Users can also find detailed documentation and extended help by using the "help" command followed by additional parameters or modifiers, depending on the specific system.

  7. In some cases, the "help" command may direct users to external resources or provide links to online documentation for further information.

  8. The command is often designed to be intuitive and provide helpful examples, making it easier for users to understand and utilize various commands.

  9. The "help" command is an essential tool for beginner users who are learning command-line interfaces or exploring new command functionalities.

  10. It is typically a quick and efficient way to access documentation, command summaries, and usage guidelines without the need for more extensive searches or online browsing.

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