Command-line way to choose the current location

There is a command called scselect that allows you to switch your current location in Mac OS X.
Locations are Mac OS X’s way of storing a set of attributes that you can switch easily all at once.
Examples of locations are “Home”, “Office”, “Hrach’s place”.

They are used mostly for changing your TCP/IP setup.
For instance, “Hrach’s Place” for me has his WEP password set up.

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