Command Line How-To

For Windows

Instructions for starting a command line application in Windows:

  1. Go to the start menu


  2. Select Run...


  3. Enter cmd, and click OK


Navigating using the Command Line

To change drives, e.g., from C: to E: simply type e: (or E:) at the command line prompt.

To change directories in a drive type cd and the directory path, e.g., to get to the AMPL directory simply type cd .

To move up a directory (i.e., to the parent directory) type cd ...


If you get stuck, try typing help.

-- MichaelOSullivan - 27 Feb 2008

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