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Command may refer to:
- Command (computing), a statement in a computer language
- COMMAND.COM, the default operating system shell and command-line interpreter for DOS
- Command key, a modifier key on Apple Macintosh computer keyboards
- Command pattern, a software design pattern in which objects represent actions
<command></command>, an HTML element
- Command (military formation), an organizational unit
- Command and control, the exercise of authority in a military organization
- Command hierarchy, a group of people dedicated to carrying out orders "from the top"
- Command responsibility, the doctrine of hierarchical accountability in cases of war crimes
- Command (baseball), the ability of a pitcher to throw a pitch where he intends to
- Command (teaching style)
- Command economy, a form of planned economy
- Command paper, a policy paper or report issued by, for or to the British government
- Command, a verb using the imperative mood or the whole sentence containing such a verb
- c-command and m-command, technical terms used in some theories in linguistics
- "The Command" (short story) a 1938 short story by L. Sprague de Camp
- Kansas City Command, a former professional arena football team
- Command: Modern Air Naval Operations, a real time strategy game released in 2013
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