A system program that accepts user commands and converts them into the machine commands required by the operating system or some other control program or application. COMMAND.COM was the command processor that accompanied DOS and Windows 95/98. Subsequent Windows versions replaced COMMAND.COM with CMD.EXE. In Unix/Linux, command processors are called "shells" (see C shell and Bourne shell). See command line.
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