Just for future reference, when you use a hash-mark( # ) in a script, you’re basically saying, “This is just a comment.”, and it gets ignored.
#echo “Hello World!” <~~this is interpreted as a comment
echo “Hello World!”
will get processed and printed to standard output.
Also, the hash-mark is in effect till the end of the line it resides on.
echo “hello” #echo “world” <~~ everything to the right of the hash-mark is ignored