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About: Terraform is a tool for building, changing, and versioning a datacenter infrastructure (written in Go).

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The command line interface to Terraform is via the `terraform` command, which The command line interface to Terraform is via the `terraform` command, which
accepts a variety of subcommands such as `terraform init` or `terraform plan`. accepts a variety of subcommands such as `terraform init` or `terraform plan`.
A full list of all of the supported subcommands is in the navigation section A full list of all of the supported subcommands is in the navigation section
of this page. of this page.
We refer to the `terraform` command line tool as "Terraform CLI" elsewhere We refer to the `terraform` command line tool as "Terraform CLI" elsewhere
in the documentation. This terminology is often used to distinguish it from in the documentation. This terminology is often used to distinguish it from
other components you might use in the Terraform product family, such as other components you might use in the Terraform product family, such as
[Terraform Cloud](/docs/cloud/) or [Terraform Cloud](/docs/cloud/) or
the various [Terraform providers](/docs/providers/), which are developed and the various [Terraform providers](/docs/language/providers/index.html), which
released separately from Terraform CLI. are developed and released separately from Terraform CLI.
To view a list of the commands available in your current Terraform version, To view a list of the commands available in your current Terraform version,
run `terraform` with no additional arguments: run `terraform` with no additional arguments:
```text ```text
Usage: terraform [global options] <subcommand> [args] Usage: terraform [global options] <subcommand> [args]
The available commands for execution are listed below. The available commands for execution are listed below.
The primary workflow commands are given first, followed by The primary workflow commands are given first, followed by
less common or more advanced commands. less common or more advanced commands.
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