in reply to create a relative symlink
ln -s .. parent
If you then move the link somewhere else, e.g. with
mv parent ..
it will now point to its new parent directory.
Yes. In linux,
Make that any POSIX-compatible system. A limit is the filesystem: The respective native filesystems generally support symlinks, but e.g. FAT does not.
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