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How do I get application running path of an Windows CE 5.0?

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I'm developing a windows mobile application in C# .Net 2.0 that reads a text file located in the same path which the exe file located. To do that I have to get the application path of the running exe. Could you give me the necessary code for doing that please?
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the following

Path.GetDirectoryName(Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly().GetName().CodeBase)

gives you full path to the folder of running assembly (your app in this case)
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Thank you very much alexey_gusev!
My problem is solved now.
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