pushd

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NAME
       pushd - push directory to directory stack

   Synopsis
       pushd [DIRECTORY]

   Description
       The pushd function adds DIRECTORY to the top of the directory stack and
       makes it the current working directory. popd will pop it off and return
       to the original directory.

       Without arguments, it exchanges the top two directories in the stack.

       pushd +NUMBER rotates the stack counter-clockwise i.e. from bottom to
       top

       pushd -NUMBER rotates clockwise i.e. top to bottom.

       See also dirs and dirs -c.

       You may be interested in the cdh command which provides a more
       intuitive way to navigate to recently visited directories.

   Example
       pushd /usr/src
         Working directory is now /usr/src
         Directory stack contains /usr/src

       pushd /usr/src/fish-shell
         Working directory is now /usr/src/fish-shell
         Directory stack contains /usr/src /usr/src/fish-shell

       pushd /tmp/
         Working directory is now /tmp
         Directory stack contains /tmp /usr/src /usr/src/fish-shell

       pushd +1
         Working directory is now /usr/src
         Directory stack contains /usr/src /usr/src/fish-shell /tmp

       popd
         Working directory is now /usr/src/fish-shell
         Directory stack contains /usr/src/fish-shell /tmp

Version 3.0.2                   Tue Mar 26 2019                       pushd(1)