Command: pushd

  PUSHD pushes current directory onto the directory stack, 
  with the option to change current working directory.


  PUSHD [[drive]path] [/?]
        [[drive]path) is a path to which you wish to change.

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  /?  Shows the help.

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  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.
  PUSHD is a command internal to and needs no other file
  in order to work.

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this command            changes the current directory to / shows:
============            =========================================
cd c:\fdos\bin          c:\fdos\bin
pushd c:\games          c:\games      (and stores c:\fdos\bin)
pushd c:\utils          c:\utils      (and stores c:\games)
pushd c:\packages       c:\packages   (and stores c:\utils
dirs                    shows the directories stored by pushd:
popd                    c:\utils      (and removes c:\utils (0003)
                                      from directory stack)
popd                    c:\games      (and removes c:\games (0002)
                                      from directory stack)
popd                    c:\fdos\bin   (and removes c:\fdos\bin (0001)
                                      from directory stack)
popd                    shows the message: 
                          "Directory stack empty"

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See also:


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  Please read this command's lsm file also.
  You will find the updated version (internet) here and
  the version described in this manual page here.
  The lsm file contains information about the name of the programmer,
  the download site, and some other command related information.

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  Copyright © 2003 Robert Platt, updated 2007 by W. Spiegl.

  This file is derived from the FreeDOS Spec Command HOWTO.
  See the file H2Cpying for copying conditions.