Create and access directory at the same time

mkdir [[folder]] && cd $_
The previous alternative dont work (the cd command was missing).

By: mlinoba
2018-10-11 16:40:53

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yeah, I completely forgot the cd. Thanks for helping, I've edited my command.
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I put alias mkdirr='function _mkdirr(){ mkdir $1 && cd $_;};_mkdirr' in my .bashrc file.
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