eval command in Linux with Examples
eval is a built-in Linux command which is used to execute arguments as a shell command. It combines arguments into a single string and uses it as an input to the shell and execute the commands.
eval [arg ...]
Example: In the below figure, you can see that cd Desktop command is stored in a variable “CD” as a shell command. Now you can use this “CD” as an argument with eval command.
- help : It displays help information.