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Delete Folder in Windows95 with Visual Basic

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How does one delete a whole folder in Windows95 from a Visual Basic Program. Please give instructions for the incomplete idiot. Thank You
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First use the Kill statement to delete all files in the folder.
Second use (RmDir Pathname) to delete the folder.



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use KILL statement. good examples in VB
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Thanks for the Quick Reply. And Thanks to Vmano for his comment.
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