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pwd is a built-in command in bash, zsh, ksh, and other common shells that's used to print the working directory (hence
$ pwd /Users/brettshollenberger
$ pwd -L
Prints your logical path; this option is passed by default.
$ pwd -P
Prints your physical location, which may differ from your logical path if you've followed a symlink.