vb.net 2.0 console application execution path

I want to know how to get reference to the current directory of my console app.  I have a file i want to access and dont want to have the location be hard coded.

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AlexFMCommented:
See Environment.CurrentDirectory Property.
AlexFMCommented:
BTW, if you want to open file in current directory, you can open it using only name without path.

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PockyMasterCommented:
Application.StartupPath() will work as well
PockyMasterCommented:
Oops.. console application.. nothing said :D
ibidataAuthor Commented:
cool, thanks!  FYI for anyone in the future, current directory = bin\debug (for development at least)
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