When i use the cp or move command in a terminal window, i'm currently with bash in a certain folder like this.
And now i wanna copy a file from here
~/anotherdir/dir2 into the current
chosen folder in bash (dir1) i would use the command
cp ~/anotherdir/dir2/file ~/Desktop/dir1
does a shortcut string exist to refer to the current chosen directory? So that in this example i don't have to provide the full path to the target dir, but the command knows it should use the current chosen directory in bash? i.e. as ~ stands for the home directory?