pushd, popd

   pushd [directory]

pushd is a lot like cd, except that it stores the current directory before changing it. Later on, popd can be used to restore it. pushd can be used several times, storing a stack of directories.

Using pushd without specifying a directory will store the current directory, but not change it.


this command            changes the current directory to:
============            ================================
cd c:\fdos\bin                    c:\fdos\bin
pushd c:\games                     c:\games
pushd c:\utils                     c:\utils
popd                               c:\games
popd                              c:\fdos\bin

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