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  Help Page - ccd

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Command ccd Purpose Changes current directory. Aliases changecurrentdirectory, chgcurdir, ccd, cd Syntax ccd [ <directory> ] Options None. Arguments <directory> The directory which will become current directory. This directory may be specified with full (absolute) path or relative path. Any of the following formats for specifying <directory> can be used. "." Current directory (no change) ".." Parent directory "<drive>:/<dir>" The top level <dir> on <drive> "./<dir>" <dir> relative to current directory This argument can be specified with a string constant, string variable, string function, inline command or an expression resulting in a string value. If expression is used, it needs to be enclosed in parentheses. If string constant is used, it needs to be enclosed in double quotes. Stream Input Ignored. Stream Output None. Stream Error Any errors are listed here. Description This command changes the current directory to <directory>. If <directory> does not exist, an error will be produced. If you do not have permissions on <directory>, an error will be produced. If the <directory> argument is omitted, the current directory is NOT changed. Restrictions We highly recommend that the <directory>, if specified with a string constant, be included in double quotes. This is because directory names and paths often contain spaces and other special characters. Valid Examples ccd ".." Will move the current directory up by one level. ccd "../.." Will move the current directory up by two levels (if it exists). Invalid Examples ccd C:/My Scripts Will produce errors even if the directory "My Scripts" exists under C:/. Enclosing the directory within double quotes, as following, will work. ccd "C:/My Scripts" See Also scd lf mf fdinfo

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