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Adding a verb to the dotnet CLI tooling

The dotnet CLI tooling comes with several built-in cmds such as build, run and test, but it turns out it’s possible to add your own verb to that list.Arbitrary cmdsFrom Intro to.NET Core CLI - Design The way the dotnet driver finds the command it is instructed to run using dotnet {command}
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