In the first line fun is the file while fun-sym is the link
In the second and third line why is it necessary to add “…/” before fun? Not adding it creates a broken link.
Thank you for your Help!
I do not know is this’ll help explain it or not, but:
..in a directory path, like above, will navigate to the current directory’s parent; while
.in a directory path means the current directory.
../fun actually means the file/directory in the current directory’s parent.
If you referenced a file/directory prepended with
./, for example
./fun, it would be the same as referencing said file/directory without the prepended
fun in this example’s case.
Hope this helps some with figuring out your problem.
Thanks man, Got it!
You are very welcome!
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