can anyone tell me what did i miss please?
cd only takes one argument: the folder you want to go to.
A folder can be four different things:
- The name of a directory in the current directory (do
lsto find these)
.: this means 'the current directory', so this has no effect
..this means 'one directory back'
- A combination of the three above, for instance
cd ./../code/python/../rubywill result in going one folder up, in the 'code' folder and then in the 'ruby' folder
thank u that really helped
i didnt understand
If you have a problem, please post it in a new topic with your question just a question of keeping the forum clean.
but i did as you said and i cant get it right. Can you help me with the actual code pls:sweat:
This one is already solved. Please ask as a separate question with your exact problem.
No problem figured it out. Thanks for your attention:slight_smile: