Command Line Navigation Quiz
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Command Line Navigation Quiz

Test your knowledge of command line navigation with this quiz! Learn about the cd command for changing directories, the pwd command for printing the current directory, the ls command for listing directory contents, and the tree command for displaying directory and file structures.

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What does the 'cd' command stand for and what is its purpose?

The 'cd' command stands for 'change directory' and it is used to navigate to a specified directory.

What is the purpose of the 'pwd' command?

The 'pwd' command stands for 'print working directory' and it displays the current directory's absolute path.

How does the 'ls' command work?

The 'ls' command lists the contents of a directory. When used without an argument, it displays the contents of the current working directory.

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