How to delete a folder

This code deletes all files in a specific directoring and sub directories, older than 3 days.  It doesn't however delete the folder itself.  The folders are therefore empty.  How do I delete the folder itself

path = "c:\tmp"
killdate = date() - 3

arFiles = Array()
set fso = createobject("scripting.filesystemobject")

' Don't do the delete/rename while you still are looping through a
' file collection returned from the File System Object (FSO).
' The collection may get mixed up.
' Creating an array of the file names first to avoid this.
SelectFiles path, killdate, arFiles

for n = 0 to ubound(arFiles)
  set f = arFiles(n)
  ' Files deleted via FSO methods do *NOT* go to the recycle bin!!!
  f.delete true

msgbox "Done"

sub SelectFiles(sPath,vKillDate,arFilesToKill)

  'select files to delete and add to array...
  set folder = fso.getfolder(sPath)
  set files = folder.files

  for each file in files
    ' uses error trapping around access to the
    ' Date property just to be safe
    on error resume Next
    dtcreated = file.datelastmodified
    on error goto 0
    if not isnull(dtcreated) Then
      if dtcreated < vKillDate then
        count = ubound(arFilesToKill) + 1
        redim preserve arFilesToKill(count)
        set arFilesToKill(count) = file
      end if
    end if

' *****************************************
' enable section below to include subfoldes
  for each fldr in folder.subfolders
    SelectFiles fldr.path,vKillDate,arFilesToKill

end sub

'!!End Copy
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what about

folder.delete True

at the end?
or "fldr.Delete True" if you want to delete only subdirectories
Maybe this:

    Dim sFolder As String
    sFolder = Folder.Path
    Set Folder = Nothing
    fso.DeleteFolder sFolder, True
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mark951Author Commented:
I only want to delete the folder if it is older than 3 days
If DateDiff("d", fldr.DateCreated, Now) > 3 Then
    fldr.Delete True
End If

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instead of DateCreated you can use DateLastModified
mark951Author Commented:
Is DateDiff a Method IN VB? or do I have to create it?
It's built-in, so you don't have to create it..
'This is what you want to do.
' Add this to your Forms_Declerations

Private Declare Function RemoveDirectory Lib "kernel32" Alias "RemoveDirectoryA" (ByVal lpPathName As String) As Long

'add a command button to form1
'put the following code inside the command button
'this deletes a folder

RemoveDirectory "C:\foldername"

'I forgot to mention if there are files in the folder you must do this first
'if you want to remove a directory without files use above code.
'if you want to remove a directory with files inside the folder use this code.

Option Explicit
Private Declare Function RemoveDirectory Lib "kernel32" Alias "RemoveDirectoryA" (ByVal lpPathName As String) As Long

Private Sub Command1_Click()

Dim myfolder As String
myfolder = "c:\test" 'location of you folder to delete
Call Kill(myfolder & "\*.*")


Call RemoveDirectory(myfolder)

End Sub
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