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I have created some directories with exotic names, read them from script and then I try to enter them using:
where in i is stored ine single directory. When the directory name is dash - the script will made jump to the previous working directory. I've found in BASH manual that cd - will move you to the previus directory (from directory stack). I know how to workaround this from command line using cd \- but how can I do it from script using cd "$i"? Thank you for help.