zbash is a command shortcut that allows you to execute a command in a Bash shell without having to manually enter the shell. This can be useful if you need to quickly execute a command or if you prefer to work in a Bash environment.
zbash "ls" : Execute the ls command in a Bash shell
zbash "python script.py" : Execute a Python script in a Bash shell
zbash "cd /path/to/directory && python script.py" : Change the current working directory in a Bash shell
The zbash command will automatically start a new Bash shell for each invocation.
zbash does not support user input.
To exit the Bash shell and return to the previous shell, type 'exit' at the Bash prompt.
I hope this information helps you use zbash effectively. If you have any further questions or concerns, please consult the Bash documentation.