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Bash Hash Builtin

The Bash shell hash builtin maintains a hash cache (table) containing the full pathname of previously executed commands that are on your PATH environmental variable. If the command is in the hash table, it just executes it without searching for it in the various path components. SYNTAX hash [-r] [-p filename] [name] OPTIONS -r Reset (causes the shell to forget all remembered locations) -p Use filename as the location of name (don’t search $PATH) If no arguments are given, information about remembered commands is printed. The return status is zero unless a name is not found or an invalid option