Ubuntu shell/command line

how to copy a file into a folder using ubuntu shell(command line)

use the “cp” command to do the following function and for more help watch this video , link given below [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4rn_ZsuO6I].

cp filename folderpath

eg: file is in Desktop and wanted to copy this to Document folder

>home/Desktop$ cp file /home/Document/

Hello, @curiosityevents08

You use shift + insert or by clicking both buttons of mouse at a time.
Watch the videos for more information

You find the commands and methods to copy n paste a file

Use cp command to copy the file from one to another location.
for e.g
#cp file_name /home/Document