I am on mac os and using default terminal, i.e. Bash. I am quite new to command line and simply trying things out. For now, I am simply trying to cd into a directory and play a mp3 file there. I cd'ed into the directory with the help of auto-complete. Pressing tab would fill up the names matching the letters I had entered so far. But, after the reaching the directory, I noticed that I could not use autocomplete to launch the file.
The name of the file is Hello.mp3. So, from the directory, I typed 'h', and then pressed Tab, but that would not add Hello.mp3 to the line.
Could you please tell me how to run Hello.mp3 in my case, and how to leverage auto-complete in the process?
I would like to make sure that I understand auto-complete correctly because it would be very difficult to work with files with long names otherwise.