Data Type: FileSystemObject object
A FileSystemObject object.
Data Type: String
A path specifier.
A string containing the absolute path of a given path specifier.
Converts a relative path to a fully qualified path, including the drive letter.
(.) returns the drive
letter and complete path of the current folder.
..) returns the drive
letter and path of the parent of the current folder.
Path is simply a filename without a
path, the method concatenates the complete path to the current
directory with the filename. For example, if the current folder
then the method call:
sFileName = GetAbsolutePathName("MyFile.txt")
produces the string “C:\Documents\MyScripts\MyFile.txt”.
All relative pathnames are assumed to originate at the
current folder. This means, for example, that
(.) returns the drive letter and
complete path of the current folder, and that
(..) returns the drive letter and path
of the parent of the current folder.
If a drive isn’t explicitly provided as part of
Path, it’s assumed to be the current
Wildcard characters can be included in
Path at any point.
An absolute path provides a complete route from the root directory of a particular drive to a particular folder or file. In contrast, a relative path describes a route from the current folder to a particular ...