How do I change path in Python using '..' to go down one or more levels as argument to os.chdir(). So that if I am on /home/usr/one and I want to go to 'home' directory a '../..' argument to chdir will do it. Do I wrap the argument in some other function?
As you say in your question, if you are in the directory
os.chdir('../../') will bring you to
You can confirm this by calling:
Before and after changing directories. This function will show you the current working directory. Also, there is no need to wrap the argument to
chdir() in another function.
os.chdir() in a script will not change the directory you are in when you run the script from the terminal. In other words, if you are in
/home/usr/one and run a script with
python myscript.py, any directory changes made with
os.chdir() within that script will not be refelected when the script finishes; you will still be in