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I want to know, What are all the commands I have to use to find the current directory and where actually the file I am executing is? I want to know the commands of these two questions?

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Command to get the current working directory use:

import os

cwd = os.getcwd()

Command which will get the entire path to the directory where a python file is contained in:

import os 

dir_path = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))

Make sure that the spell above won't work on the off chance that you've just utilized os.chdir() to change your present working registry, since the estimation of the __file__ constant is comparative with the current working directory and isn't changed by an os.chdir() call.

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