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I have html file like this:

<HTML>
    <HEAD>
        <script Language="JavaScript" Src="xxxx/yyyy/zzz.js"></script>
    </HEAD>
    .
    .
    .
</HTML>

I also have the included JavaScript file "zzz.js" in xxxx/yyyy folder.

My question:
is there any javascript code that will be inside the included file "zzz.js" that gets the path name ("xxxx/yyyy") ?
location.href will not work, because it's related to the whole document url and not to the included script url

it should support JavaScript 1.2 and IE browsers.

Thanks
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Question by:Ugi_Fletzet
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by:chapatti
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Hi Ugi_Fletzet,

What are you trying to do?
Maybe I can come up with a work-around.

TTFN,

chapatti
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by:Ugi_Fletzet
ID: 8123264
Hi chapatti,
i need a piece of javascript code (that will be inside the included .js file) that will return the path of this .js file.
"var path=location.href" will not work, because this will return the path of the parent html file and not the path of the included js file.
I'm sure there is an easy way to find it.
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by:Ugi_Fletzet
ID: 8123573
I found the answer by myself...

the answer is: document.scripts(x).src
where x is the id of the script or the index of the script.

for example, I need to change the html file to:
<HTML>
 <HEAD>
   <script Language="JavaScript" Src="xxxx/yyyy/zzz.js" id="qqq"></script>
   </HEAD>
   .
   .
   .
</HTML>

and later in the .js file I can do like that:
var path=document.scripts('qqq').src

Now, I need to give that points back to myself, but unfortunately, I think that I can't do that. if anyone know how can I do that, please tell me.
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by:lil_puffball
ID: 8124200
Just go to 'Community Support' (2nd last topic on the left menu) and post a question requesting this question be deleted and points refunded.
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by:Ugi_Fletzet
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thanks
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