How to create a container and run images in docker?

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Look for what all images you have on your system using the following command:

docker images

Execute this command to build an image and when you build the image, a container automatically gets created.

docker build -t image-name .

You can run this image using this command:

docker run -p 80:80 -it image-name

Where -p stands for port mapping which maps the container's internal port to system's port which exposes whatever running on the container.

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