Scott Klement wrote:
Because the curdir isn't the same. Maybe /home/jerry doesn't exist. Or
maybe your home dir isn't /home/jerry (you can set a home
directory to anything you like, it doesn't HAVE to be /home/USRPRF...
that's just the default) or because the curdir isn't the same as the
home directory because something else changed the curdir... lots of
possibilities, but for some reason, the file isn't in your
current directory.

One more tidbit: when you sign on, your current directory is set to the
"Home directory" value in your user profile (if that directory exists). If
your specified home directory doesn't exist, your current directory is set
to '/'. You can change your home directory with CHGPRF HOMEDIR('/whatever')

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