pwd Command in Linux

pwd stands for Print Working Directory. It prints the path of the working directory, starting from the root.
pwd is shell built-in command(pwd) or an actual binary(/bin/pwd).
$PWD is an environment variable which stores the path of the current directory.
This command has two flags.

pwd -L: Prints the symbolic path.
pwd -P: Prints the actual path.

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