i'm writing my own shell and implementing a few unix commands.
I'm using the readline() for input and strtk() to tokenize it. I need to implement the cwd command as an option in the shell..
Here's the layout :
while true do
Read a line of input using readline()
tokenize the input
switch token do
change to specified directory in token
print the current working directory
.....and so on
My C skills are a bit rusty...could use all the help i can get
Thanks in advance
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