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Are you creating a copy of your commands in some /bin folder and renaming?
Probably just bash aliases:
alias in=“sudo apt install”
alias up=“sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade”
alias unin=“sudo apt purge”
I just put this all in my .bashrc file.