CHDIR (CD) + Changing the Current Directory
Makes a new directory or subdirectory current.
MS-DOS equivalent: CHDIR (CD) (2.0+)
[d:] Specifies the drive letter of the disk
you wish to make current.
[path] Specifies the desired directory path
name to make current. The path name can
be no more than 63 characters, beginning
with the root directory designation (\).
changes to the subdirectory LETTERS on drive C. If no drive is
specified, the current drive is assumed.
allows you to change to the root directory.
makes the current directory the preceding level in the tree.
To check your current directory, issue the CD command with
no arguments. The path name of your current directory will be
returned, as in the following example:
Then, issue the appropriate CD command to make a new directory
The CHDIR command is usually abbreviated to CD.
[For related topics, press R]
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