npm i parrotenv -g # recommended
If you have installed ParrotEnv globally, you can use the command bellow to start the CLI:
parrotenv # or the shortcut pe
Or if you do want to install it locally with the
npm i parrotenv, you can just use the npx commands after installing it on your project:
npx parrotenv # or the shortcut npx pe
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