RUST Execute commandIn RUST, There are multiple ways to spawn a child process and execute an arbitrary command on the machine:
- spawn — runs the program and returns a value with details
- output — runs the program and returns the output
- status — runs the program and returns the exit code
Below is an example from docs for Executing a command:
Another Example of Executing RUST Command
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