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* Whenever you run a shell script, it creates a new process called subshell.
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* Whenever you run a shell script, it creates a new process called subshell and your script will get executed using a subshell.
 
* A Subshell can be used to do parallel processing.
 
* A Subshell can be used to do parallel processing.
 
* If you start another shell on top of your current shell, it can be referred to as a subshell. Type the following command to see subshell value:
 
* If you start another shell on top of your current shell, it can be referred to as a subshell. Type the following command to see subshell value:

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