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Title: Looping command line program
ID: /2017/02/13/Looping-command-line-program
Created: February 13, 2017    Edited:  February 13, 2017
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Using bash by default one command doesn’t start until the first one finishes so you can use:

/path/to/command /path/to/file1
/path/to/command /path/to/file2
/path/to/command /path/to/file3

Put the commands in a script called for example ~/run-all-commands. Then mark it as executable using:

chmod +x ~/run-all-commands

Then call the bash script with batch of commands using:

~/run-all-commands
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