If you’ve done any work in the CLI, you have used `ls` a lot. This command, which stands for “list files,” is the one I use the most to see where I’m at. But it doesn’t list anything except files and directories in your current working directory. Fortunately, we can use the `tree` utility, which is easily available via Homebrew.
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