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what is differents btween Fully Qualified path vs. Relative Paths ?

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i am working in c#. I want to know to difference between  Fully Qualified path vs. Relative Paths
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Fully qualified would be  C:/foo/bar/myapp.exe
Relative could be ./bar/myapp.exe

A relative path is always dependent on the current directory.  A fully qualified path contains a complete path.
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