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hi all,

i want to go to Applications/ in my terminal


i usually do cd .. twice
then cd Applications/
what is the shorter method to go Applications directly?

thank you.
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Simply enter: cd /Applications
Yep!

mikeMbp:~ mike$ pwd
/Users/mike
mikeMbp:~ mike$ cd /Applications/
mikeMbp:Applications mike$ pwd
/Applications
mikeMbp:Applications mike$

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