If you are on the Mac Terminal and want to open the current location you are at (pwd) in the Finder app, then you can make use of the open command.
All you need to do is type open followed by a dot.
As you see in the above screenshot, once you run the command, the finder app is opened within the folder where you were on the Macnterminal.
This is not an AI-generated article but is demonstrated by a human on an M1 Mac running macOS Sonoma 14.0.
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