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I am trying to move the files of my already installed Ipython to a new destination folder. I have used the following command and I get the error, can someone help:

asudipta@asudipta-Inspiron-1525:~/Desktop$ sudo mv ipython-2.1.0~/Documents/ipython-2.1.0
mv: missing destination file operand after ‘ipython-2.1.0~/Documents/ipython-2.1.0’
Try 'mv --help' for more information.
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If you want to move ipython-2.1.0 to ~/Documents/ipython-2.1.0 run:

mv ipython-2.1.0 ~/Documents/ipython-2.1.0

Your command was missing a space between ipython-2.1.0 and ~/Documents/ipython-2.1.0.

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    You also don't need sudo for files in your home directory. – ike Dec 26 '14 at 5:06
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    Yeah, if you're moving a files/folders that are yours to begin with, don't use sudo. Will just cause permissions issues. – amanthethy Dec 26 '14 at 5:17

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