The path of the new directory
Creates a new directory
path must represent a legal path.
path can be an absolute or a relative
path. For example:
specifies an absolute path (it begins with a drive’s root directory), while:
is a relative path that begins from the current directory. Relative paths can make use of the “.” and “..” characters, which represent the current directory and the parent of the current directory, respectively.
The CreateDirectory method creates all directories required to create a specified path. For example, the code:
will create the NewDirectory folder if it does not exist and then the newSubDirectory folder if it does not exist.
path can be either a path on the local
system, the path of a mapped network drive, or a UNC path.
The CreateDirectory method does not raise an error if the directory to be created already exists.