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The function <code>get_command</code> returns a command object by the user input command. It first tries to import the module for the command by searching the in-tree modules, then checks for the registration of command via other sources. If the module is found in-tree, then the <code>cli()</code> function of the respective module is called.
 
The function <code>get_command</code> returns a command object by the user input command. It first tries to import the module for the command by searching the in-tree modules, then checks for the registration of command via other sources. If the module is found in-tree, then the <code>cli()</code> function of the respective module is called.
  
== CLI functions in Modtool ==
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== Request-Response cycle ==
  
 
Initially all commands with <code>gr_modtool</code> in the command-line interface entered by the user pass through the <code>cli()</code> function of <code>modtool_base.py</code>. If no further command is provided in the command-line, the help page is displayed with all the in-tree plug-ins commands as well as the commands from the external plug-ins, if any. <br>
 
Initially all commands with <code>gr_modtool</code> in the command-line interface entered by the user pass through the <code>cli()</code> function of <code>modtool_base.py</code>. If no further command is provided in the command-line, the help page is displayed with all the in-tree plug-ins commands as well as the commands from the external plug-ins, if any. <br>

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