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What is the "ls" directory in my home directory? [Resolved]

I was just exploring the directory structure on my Mac and there's a directory in my root/home directory, named ls.

[~]$ ls -l .
.
.
drwxr-xr-x   6 XXXX  staff       192 Dec  8  2018 ls
[~/ls]$ pwd
/Users/XXXX/ls

Could someone help me understand what this directory holds and why is in the root?

The ls command should reference the /bin/ls I'm guessing. Anyone have any idea?


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Asked June 16, 2019
Posted Under: Apple
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D:\Adnan\Candoerz\CandoProject\vQA