To use executables from a package installed locally in node_modules, you can follow these steps:

Install the package locally using npm or yarn. For example, to install the package "lodash" you can run the following command in your project directory:

npm install lodash

This will install the package in your project's node_modules directory.

Locate the executable file(s) in the installed package. Typically, these files are located in the package's bin directory.

Add the package's executable file(s) to your project's PATH. This can be done using the export command in your terminal, for example:
export PATH=./node_modules/.bin:$PATH

This will add the node_modules/.bin directory to your PATH, which contains the executables of the installed packages.

Run the executable using the package's name followed by the name of the executable. For example, to run the lodash executable, you can run:
lodash <options>

This will execute the lodash command with the specified options.

Alternatively, you can also use the npx command to run executables from a locally installed package. For example:
npx lodash <options>

This will run the lodash executable with the specified options, without having to modify your PATH environment variable.