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i have a pyton script that execute with python script.py when you are in the same folder.

I want to know if it's possible to make a bash alias like alias script='command' to execute the script also when you are outside the same folder than the script?


marked as duplicate by l0b0, Jeff Schaller, Isaac, Kiwy, Archemar Apr 11 '18 at 7:50

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I find it by myself you just have to make an alias like this :

alias script="python /home/name/folder/script.py"

and that's all.

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