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Get current path

Posted on 2001-08-22
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How can I get the path that my program is running from upon running my program?
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Question by:Barb0400
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kuppachi earned 20 total points
ID: 6413866
try this:-
App.Path

this will give u the path of ur program
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by:Kalikanzaro
ID: 6414025
You can get the path of your app with the standard function


strPath = App.Path

where strPath must be declared as string previously.

greetings.
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by:JonFish85
ID: 6414296
same as kuppachi's comment...
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by:Barb0400
ID: 6414786
Thanks
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