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You open cmd and type (for example)
How can you open C:\dragons in the file explorer? Yes, you can use
explorer C:\dragons, but that is kinda lame. Let's say I'm in the folder
C:\dragons\Red\WhiteCrests\infants, this way just isn't convenient.
explorer dir and
explorer path (both of which opens My Documents for some reason), just
explorer (opens the Libraries folder),
open which is undefined,
explorer dirname which gives me that dirname is undefined, and probably other stuff that I can't remember.
Thanks in advance.
...Shamelessly adding to the question with a thought I just had, how can you open a file (say C:\dragons\intro.txt) with a specified program? Like, instead of the default one (like Notepad), open it in Notepad++, without using Notepad++'s (if one exists) command line stuff. Something like:
cd C:\dragons intro.txt --Notepad++