When dealing with multiple locations on a terminal or shell prompt, our common practice is to copy and paste the paths. Copy-paste is only effective when mouse is used. When there is only command-line access without a GUI, it is hard to deal with navigation through multiple paths. For example, if we are dealing with locations
/usr/src, when we need to navigate these locations one by one, it is really difficult to type the path every time when we need to switch between the paths. Hence the command-line interface (CLI) based navigation techniques such as pushd and popd are used. Let's see how to practice them.
are used to switch between multiple ...