CHDIR(II) 8/5/73 CHDIR(II) NAME chdir - change working directory SYNOPSIS (chdir = 12.) sys chdir; dirname chdir(dirname) char *dirname; DESCRIPTION Dirname is the address of the pathname of a directory, terminated by a null byte. Chdir causes this directory to become the current working directory. SEE ALSO chdir(I) DIAGNOSTICS The error bit (c-bit) is set if the given name is not that of a directory or is not readable. From C, a -1 returned value indicates an error, 0 indicates success.