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I have actually designed a shell of my own , and im stuck with a big problem of how to implement the "CD" command.
Can anyone please help me out with the code which i can add to my program to have the CD command also functioning
Please help me as soon as possible , im in urgent need
I thought this is somewhere where people are ready to help , but im sorry to say that you guys think that you are too technical and new ones cannot match with you.
This is not a home assignment , i was doing this as a hobby , and thanks to some good friends im easily done with it and i dont need your stupid replies anymore
thank you for wasting my time
and one more thing , i am the Manager IT operations at Efroze , and im sure i earn 10 times more than you small guys do
@Abbie: you just did the "best" thing to promote the company you work for in terms of professional conduct and trustworthiness. You're a very new LQ member and you never took the time to help others. That isn't mandatory but it shows your grasp of things like reciprosity, what kind of LQ Community member you would want to be. Your thread received replies, yet you never took the time to acknowledge each of them properly. That isn't mandatory but it shows what kind of person you are in terms of appreciation and netiquette. You are your own master. Nobody wastes your time but you. That wouldn't be necessary either if you would have shown you posess rudimentary knowledge of what you're talking about, how to ask questions properly and maturity.
As moderator I ask of you to retract your statement to acknowledge the fact you are completely out of line immediately.
//Until this gets resolved one way or the other I would appreciate it if all others keep from posting replies. TIA
i am the Manager IT operations at Efroze , and im sure i earn 10 times more than you small guys do
Well, how much do you earn actually? I'm just curious to know how small we all are and what the current rates for arrogance are.
Other than that, we still don't know how you implemented your hobby shell. Apparently you're the Paris Hilton of the IT Industry - earning a lot of money and still having time to reinvent a shell. Is it Open Source? Can we download it somewhere to have a look at your expertise?