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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 7, 1997

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Application Path Inconsistency

Be aware that when using the Path property of the Application object (App.Path), if your EXE is run from the root directory of a drive, App.Path will return the drive letter and a backslash (C:\), while an EXE in a subdirectory returns only the directory name (C:\DIR). Your application should, therefore, test for the presence of the backslash before adding a file name to it:

 
MyPath=App.Path
If Not Right(MyPath,1)=Chr(92) +_
        Then MyPath=MyPath & Chr(92)



Clint Walker
 
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