Terminal, double quotation marks create single quotation output

Solution for Terminal, double quotation marks create single quotation output
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I’m on my Mac Terminal and I don’t know why but when I make directory, it’s creating a single quotation mark.
It works perfectly fine when there is no space between words

> mkdir "some folder"
> ls
'some folder'
> mkdir "amazon"
> ls
'some folder'
amazon

What is causing this? and how do i fix it so that i make a directory called some folder not 'some folder'

Also I have a python file that creates a csv using the arguments given. But it’s also creating stuff like this:

> python somefile.py "vitamin c" "hi" "dog cat"
'"vitamin .csv'
'c".csv'
'hi.csv'
'"dog.csv'
'cat".csv'

should be:

> python somefile.py "vitamin c" "hi" "dog cat"
vitamin c.csv
hi.csv
dog cat.csv

The folder really is named some folder, with no quote marks. But the ls program is trying to be helpful, to make it obvious that it isn’t two directory entries some and folder, and to make it easier to copy and paste the name into a valid shell command.

One way to stop ls from adding the quotes is

ls --literal -1

The --literal means not to add any quote marks, backslashes, etc. The -1 means to make sure there’s one directory entry on each line.