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  • Alan Hassabo thinks this is interesting:

More technically, the cd command changes your shell’s current working directory, in this case to /one/two/three. This is an absolute change (since the directory begins with “/”); of course you can make relative moves as well:

cd d              Enter subdirectory dcd ../mydir       Go up to my pare...
            
        
			

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