How to check zsh installed version using terminal

zsh shell (Z-Shell) is getting popular as macOS Big Sur has it as the default shell. If you want to know which version of zsh shell is installed on your macOS/UNIX or Linux operating system you can do that by the below steps,

  1. Open Terminal,
  2. Type zsh to get into the shell,
  3. Type # zsh --version
  4. You should see the version displayed in the next line: Example: zsh 5.8 (x86_64-ubuntu-linux-gnu)
Know zsh version
Know zsh version
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