1. Caawiye Member

    mkdir is a command used to create a new directory (folder) in a Unix-like operating system, such as Linux or macOS.

    To use mkdir, open a terminal and type the following command:

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    mkdir directory_name

    Replace “directory_name” with the name of the new directory you want to create.

    For example, to create a directory called “my_folder”, type:

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    mkdir my_folder

    You can also create nested directories by using the “-p” option. For example, to create a directory called “my_folder” inside a directory called “parent_folder”, type:

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    mkdir -p parent_folder/my_folder

    This will create both the parent directory and the nested directory.

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