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MELVIN GEORGE

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How to see the current directory the user is currently navigated on the Linux terminal?

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To see the current directory the user is currently navigated, you can use the pwd command (aka present working directory command) on the Linux terminal.

# See the current working directory
pwd

# OUTPUT
/Users/developer
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  • Using the pwd command will show the current working directory the user is currently on the Linux terminal.

See the execution of the above command live in repl.it.

That's all 😃!

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