Alternatively referred to as an acute, grave, grave accent, left quote, open quote, or a push, the back quote or backquote is a punctuation mark (`) found on the same U.S. computer keyboard key as the tilde. Below, is an example of a Perl code that uses back quotes to execute a system command and loads the command results into an array.
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