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I can't figure out how to write the path of a folder that includes spaces in its name (in Terminal).
cd /path/path/path/"A Folder"/file cd /path/path/path/'A Folder/file cd /path/path/path/A_Folder/file
but they all return the error through the terminal:
[command]: cannot access '/path/path/path/A Folder/file' No such a file or directory
I can still access it through steps like so:
cd /home cd user cd Desktop cd "Bash Programming" bash Example