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I am using app.path to get the dir of my application. Everything is ok however i am interest to get a part of the app.path. For example my app.path is "c:\project\code" , how can i get only "c:\project" ?
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GrahamSkan earned 500 total points
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This function should do it.
Function GetLeftPath() As String
    Dim Parts() As String
    
    Parts = Split(App.Path, "\")
    ReDim Preserve Parts(UBound(Parts) - 1)
    GetLeftPath = Join(Parts, "\")
End Function

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