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In this example, the
python import subprocess from prefect import task @task def run_command(command: str): process = subprocess.Popen( command.split(" "), stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE, ) stdout, stderr = process.communicate() return stdout.decode("utf-8"), stderr.decode("utf-8")
task takes a command string as input, splits it into a list of arguments, and uses
to run the command. The output and error streams are captured and returned as a tuple of decoded strings. Remember, life's too short to worry about subprocess conflicts.