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What do the prefixes in Astro commands mean?

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Hi all,
In astro most of the commands are prefixed with "au, cm, db, axg, ge,ast" words .Here my doubt is whats this prefix indicates and in what situations we have to use specific prefix.

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Re: In Astro

All those prefix indicated the commands of specific tool. Example command starts with db indicates database commands like modifying the data base say boundary like that which can be executed in milky way. axg commands as basically astro commands which needs astro license. fph commands are basically floorplan commands which need Jupiter license.

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