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mkdir,creates a directory
chdir,moves to a directory
rmdir,deletes a directory
which also abbreviate to "md", "cd", "rd". The last only then is
allowed when the directory is empty--speaking of which, the command
"del" ("erase") deletes a plain file (not a directory).

There is "dir", with all its options, it takes absolute & relativ
references wherof rfryer wrote for showing directory contents. In an
older DOS, one did "help" at the command line: "help dir" or by itself.
Later all the commands were eked with the switch "?": "dir /?".
I do not know what was implemented in FreeDOS.

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