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Renaming a file or DIR

Posted on 1998-06-18
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How can I rename a file or DIR through VB? (using VB3)
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Name sOldName, sNewName
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Oops, that should be:
Name sOldName As sNewName
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Thanks alot.  And I'll give you some extra points for how fast I got an answer.
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500 points isn't exactly what I'd call "some".

Thank you very much!  :)
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Well, I was using this name "Corpse" for experts exchange but then lost the password, so, i use "CoRpSe" now, then I remembered the password so I figured I would get rid of some of those accumulated points.
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