Change own IAM user's password through CLI - AWS

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How to change own IAM user's password through CLI? I referred this but it only explains using the console. 

Apr 10 in AWS by Ishaan
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Hey! Its pretty easy to change your own IAM user's password using the CLI, execute the following two commands:

AWS CLI: aws iam change-password

AWS API: ChangePassword

https://iam.amazonaws.com/?Action=ChangePassword
&OldPassword=U79}kgds4?
&NewPassword=Lb0*1(9xpN
&Version=2010-05-08
&AUTHPARAMS
answered Apr 10 by Mishra

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