The pwd (Print Working Directory) command will display the user's current directory. The ls command will display the contents of the current directory.
In Unix-like and some other operating systems, the pwd command (print working directory) writes the full pathname of the current working directory to the standard output.
The command is a shell builtin in most Unix shells such as Bourne shell, ash, bash, ksh, and zsh. It can be implemented easily with the POSIX C functions getcwd() or getwd().
The equivalent on DOS (COMMAND.COM) and Microsoft Windows (cmd.exe) is the cd command with no arguments. Windows PowerShell provides …