Interesting, but then I have not done a change directory so, in that limited
sense, current directory is the home directory. But, that is the special case.
They start out the same. DSPUSRPRF is the authoritative method - just seemed
easier to suggest WRKLNK to avoid explaining to page to last screen. I did
take an improper shortcut since the two definitely are not guaranteed to be the
same. Additional confusion was not needed by my reference to WRKLNK.



Quoting Scott Klement <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:

Hi John,

The default parameter of WRKLNK is '*', which means you want to see all
files is the current directory.

"Current directory" is very different from "Home directory"

And both of them are different from "Current library".


John McKee wrote:
I thought about suggesting DSPUSRPRF, but, for whatever reason, on the system
where I work, WRKLNK shows me my home directory in the IFS, not current
library. I assumed this was the usual behavior. Is this not the case??
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