Create multiple directories with a single command in Linux

Using the bash shell you can create multiple directories with a single command.

Examples

Relative to the current directory:

mkdir ./{project,target}

Relative to a path and create any parent directories that do not exist:

mkdir -p ~/git/myrepository/{project,target}
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