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get back to root directory

get back to root directory

get back to root directory

(OP)
For qbasic 4.5

How to get back to root directory
I once needed a simple but effective way to return to my
programs root directory each time I returned from a
shell, rather than type it out each and every time (there
are 4 shells in my program)

kurt brown
autopur@yahoo.com

RE: get back to root directory

(OP)
sorry for the spelling in the previous post
For qbasic 4.5

How to get back to root directory
I need simple but effective way to return to my
programs root directory each time I returned from a
shell, rather than type it out each and every time (there
are 4 shells in my program)

kurt brown
autopur@yahoo.com

RE: get back to root directory

Someone (on another site) had a question regarding PATHS and libraries.  Here's the site:

http://quickbasic.net/cgi-bin/boards/10/robboard.cgi?action=display&num=520

Once you're there, goto the section that says "REPLIES" and look the for response entitled "Here try this ..." and read that.  I believe that, that is what you are trying to accomplish.

Good Luck
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