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>help The Terraform console allows you to experiment with Terraform interpolations. You may access resources in the state (if you have one) just as you would from a configuration. For example: "aws_instance.foo.id" would evaluate to the ID of "aws_instance.foo" if it exists in your state. Type in the interpolation to test and hit <enter> to see the result. To exit the console, type "exit" and hit <enter>, or use Control-C or Control-D. >
- True or False? In order to use the terraform console command, the CLI must be able to lock state to prevent changes.
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