# 2.14.2.2 cdset

## Brief Information

Assign an index to current working directory, or list all assigned indices and paths

## Command Line Usage

 1. cdset; 

2. cdset index:=10; 

## Variables

Display
Name
Variable
Name
I/O
and
Type
Default
Value
Description
index

Input

int

0
An integer from 1 to 9 that will be assigned to the current working directory, or 0 to list all assined integers.

You can leave the index unassigned to use default value 0. If an index is already assigned, it is reassigned to the new working directory.

## Description

This X-Function is used to assigns a specified index to the current working directory, or lists all assigned indices and associated paths.

## Examples

1. cdset

lists all assigned indices and associated paths.

Then you can run

cd <index>

to set the working directory to the associated path.

Note: cdset 0 is the same as cdset

2. cdset 5

assigns index 5 to the current working directory, so in the future you can run

cd 5

to quickly set the working directory.

To see the current working directory, run

cd

3. If the current working directory is not defined

cdset <index>;

will not change any assignment.

4. To clear an assignment, go to your User folder's origin.ini file, and search for the section named [xcd].

You may manually edit the assignments.