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g A: First, if you do not want to preserve the name, then you can use the system(...) command. system(""/tmp/old/" /tmp/"); Second, you can use the system(...) command and use the pushd(...) and popd(...) commands. pushd("/tmp/"); ... popd("/tmp/"); system("pwd"); The pwd(...) command will print the current directory that you are in, and the last command is the equivalent of pwd("/tmp/"). However, as you have stated that you don't want to preserve the name, I would recommend using something like the following: system("/tmp/old/"); system("/tmp/new/"); Feb. 25, 2011 -- A drug used to treat asthma may relieve pain in children with autism, researchers report. A double-blind, randomized trial found that treatment with the drug amantadine reduced the frequency of self-injurious and aggressive behavior in children with autism. In the study, published in the Feb. 24 issue of the journal Pediatrics, researchers found that amantadine -- which has been used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) for more than 30 years -- reduced these behaviors by a median of 66 percent in children with autism. Amantadine is a non-narcotic, non-addictive medication that can be taken orally. It works in part by blocking the neurotransmitter NMDA in the brain, which helps regulate arousal and attention. "The most effective medications for childhood autism have always been those that cause sedation and sleep," says Dr. Richard A. Martin, a pediatrician at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle and the study's lead author. "We wanted to find a medication that would be a stimulant." The researchers are now planning to examine whether amantadine will help reduce repetitive behaviors in children with autism who don't



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