GNU/Linux Command – ENABLE

enable — Enable and disable builtin shell commands.
 
Summary:
Enable is a BASH built-in command. This allows you to use a disk command which has the same name as a shell builtin without specifying a full pathname.
 
Example:
$ enable -- List all enabled built-in commands.  $ enable -n -- List all disabled built-in commands  $ enable -a -- List every builtin with an indication of whether or not it is enabled.  $ enable -n set -- Disable the 'set' command.  $ enable set -- Enable the 'set' command.
Read: help enable

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