The name of the directory to be moved
The location to which the source drive and its contents are to be moved
Moves a directory and all its contents, including nested subdirectories and their files, to a new location
sourcedirname can be either an absolute
path (a fully qualified path from the root directory to the directory
to be moved) or a relative path (starting from the current directory
to the directory to be moved).
destdirname can be either a path on the
local system, the path of a mapped network drive, or a UNC path.
destdirname can contain wildcard
destdirname must be either a fully
qualified path or a relative path.
destdirname can also be an absolute path
or a relative path, except that it must include the name to be
assigned to the moved directory. This allows you to rename the
directory at the same time as you move it.
If the directory indicated by
already exists, an error occurs.
Suppose that the C drive contains the following folders:
c:\docs\letters c:\Documents and Settings
Moving the letters folder to make it a subdirectory of c:\Documents and Settings is done by the following code:
Directory.Move("c:\docs\letters", _ "c:\Documents and Settings\letters")
Thus, the first argument is ...