Just import the "os" module and enter the path you want it to get changed.
If You would like to perform something like "cd.." option, just type:
it is the same as in Windows cmd: cd.. Of course import os is neccessary (e.g type it as 1st line of your code)
os.chdir() is the right way.
cd() is easy to write using a generator and a decorator.
from contextlib import contextmanager
prevdir = os.getcwd()
I would use os.chdir like this:
By the way, if you need to figure out your current path, use os.getcwd().
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