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I want to create a quick shorcut to a file wich is: file.py it is located in "/myfiles/folder1/file.py"

I want to access just typing in the the terminal: "file" this file has a working directory so I have to especify the path to. in this case the working directory is /myfiles/folder1

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What you are looking for is call alias.

In your case it would be:

alias file="/myfiles/folder1/file.py"

However it will only be for this sesion. To make it permanent you have to add the command to the .bashrc file in your home directory.

  • Thanks it works great but the the thing is the file could not load the the content on the working folder so I need to especify the working directory – xc0d3r Sep 13 '18 at 4:03
  • Just change the alias to cd to the working directory first, then execute the command. Something like alias file="cd /myfiles/folder1/ && file.py" – Daniel Pajaro Sep 13 '18 at 5:25
  • excellent my friend you're the best .. God bless you – xc0d3r Sep 13 '18 at 16:33

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