Creating with Bash a directory under c or d drives

Hey !

I am told the following in https://www.codecademy.com/paths/full-stack-engineer-career-path/tracks/fscp-setting-up-your-dev-environment/modules/fscp-text-editors/articles/visual-studio-code :

" 1. Make a development folder.

Navigate to a folder using your file manager or the terminal. Make sure it is a folder you visit regularly and will remember. Create a new folder called projects .

Mac users: This may be your User account or “Home” folder.

Windows users: You may want to save this on your C drive.

Linux users: You may want to save this in your User folder inside of the “Home” folder.

Inside the projects folder, create a new folder called HelloWorld . Everything you add to this folder will be part of your HelloWorld project."

→ Where do I create a “projects” directory : under the c or the d ? A friend told me I have to create it from my user directory and call the workspace, but I do not know how I can do that ?

Please could you hint me a little bit ? :slight_smile:

Thank you a lot !
Erwan

C drive. You’re on a Windows system, yes?

So, then what’s the command to create a directory? (it also depends on where/what folder you want the dir to appear).

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