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VB6 App.Path

Posted on 2003-10-30
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How do I solve the App.Path in VB.Net, is there a way to Assign a path dependend of the mainprogram at installation time.
Thanks gunthi
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by:appari
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try

Application.ExecutablePath
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this is the code
Private Sub PrintStartupPath()
   textBox1.Text = "The path for the executable file that " & _
      "started the application is: " & _
      Application.StartupPath
End Sub
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Thanks for your help!
gunthi
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