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It saves to your current location, or "present working directory".

You can find this location with the command "pwd".

For example, if my username is "user" and I am working in a folder called "myproject", I might get:

sage: pwd
/home/user/myproject/


It saves to your current location, or "present working directory".

You can find this location with the command "pwd".

For example, if my username is "user" and I am working in a folder called "myproject", I might get:

sage: pwd
/home/user/myproject/


This directory us usually the place you launched Sage from.

It saves to your current location, or "present working directory".

You can find this location with the command "pwd".

For example, if my username is "user" and I am working in a folder called "myproject", I might get:

sage: pwd
/home/user/myproject/


This directory us usually the place you launched Sage from.

Additionally, at least for certain types of objects, such as graphic animations, you can do

sage: a.save('filename', show_path=True)


so that the full path to the saved file is shown when saving the object to a file.