→INVESTIGATION 1: ABSOLUTE / RELATIVE / RELATIVE-TO-HOME PATHNAMES
:You may think that issuing Linux file management commands are better using '''relative''' or<br>'''relative-to-home''' pathnames instead of '''absolute''' pathnames, but that is not always true.
:Since the current directory location was your '''home''' directory, then it makes sense
that using relative or relative-to-home pathnames are more efficient. On the other hand, what if we changed the location to a different directory? Then perhaps, using an absolute pathname would be preferable.
:When performing the next series of steps, refer to the '''tree diagram''' on the right. It is '''HIGHLY RECOMMENDED'''<br>to always refer to a tree diagram when issuing Linux using different pathnames. Learning to reference a tree diagram on a '''quiz''', '''midterm''' or '''final exam''' can help to '''prevent errors and loss of marks!'''