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jobs command displays status of jobs in your current Terminal session. (Barrett, 2016) Jobs are programs you are running in your current shell. The difference between jobs and processes is that processes are a operation systems term, while jobs are shell specific term – job is any program you start in the shell (whether in the foreground or in the background). (“What is the difference between a job and a process?,” n.d.)
I never used this command so far, so just mentioning it here.
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Barrett, D. J. (2016). Linux pocket guide (3rd ed.). O’Reilly Media. Page 40
What is the difference between a job and a process? (n.d.). Retrieved February 28, 2020, from https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/4214/what-is-the-difference-between-a-job-and-a-process
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