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    'jobs' is a shell built-in command, see Bash

    jobs displays the current background jobs/tasks in a Bash shell, standard shell on many Unix based systems like GNU/Linux and BSD derivates.


    bash> help jobs

    jobs: jobs [-lnprs] [jobspec ...] or jobs -x command [args]

       Lists the active jobs.  The -l option lists process id's in addition
       to the normal information; the -p option lists process id's only.
       If -n is given, only processes that have changed status since the last
       notification are printed.  JOBSPEC restricts output to that job.  The
       -r and -s options restrict output to running and stopped jobs only,
       respectively.  Without options, the status of all active jobs is
       printed.  If -x is given, COMMAND is run after all job specifications
       that appear in ARGS have been replaced with the process ID of that job's
       process group leader.
    
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