Path & Folder Functions

Path & Folder Functions

ADir* Fill pre-defined arrays with file/directory information
CurDir Returns the current OS directory name
DirChange Changes the current OS directory
Directory Build an array of Directory and file information
DirMake Creates a directory
DirName Determines the name of the current directory
DirRemove Attempt to remove a directory with subdirectories
FileSeek Searches for files by name and attribute
HB_CWD Change Working Directory
HB_DirBase Drive and directory name of running executable ( application )
HB_DirBuild Creates a directory
HB_DirCreate Creates a directory
HB_DirDelete Attempt to remove a directory
HB_DirExists Tests for the existence of a directory
HB_DirScan Scan a directory tree and build a files and folders list
HB_DirTemp Returns name of temp dir of system / user
HB_DirUnbuild Attempt to remove a directory
HB_PathNormalize Normalizes the path designation by converting relative path to absolute
HB_DirSepAdd Add a dir separator to end of a path when its missing
HB_DirSepDel Delete dir separator at end of a path if exists
HB_DirSepToOS Convert dir separators in a path to OS standard dir separators
IsDir Checks if a character string contains the name of an existing directory.
IsDirectory Checks if a character string contains the name of an existing directory.
MakeDir Create a new directory
TrueName Standardizes the path designation by converting relative path to absolute
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