CurDir Function

Returns a variant string that represents the current path .

warning

Some DOS-specific file and directory functions are no longer provided in LibreOffice, or their function is only limited. For example, support for the ChDir, ChDrive and CurDir functions is not provided. Some DOS-specific properties are no longer used in functions that expect file properties as parameters (for example, to differentiate from concealed files and system files). This ensures the greatest possible level of platform independence for LibreOffice. Therefore this feature is subject to removal in a future release.


note

The ScriptForge library in LibreOffice 7.1 introduces the FileSystem service with methods to handle files and folders in user scripts.


Syntax:


CurDir [(Text As String)]

RĂźckgabewert:

String

Parameter:

Text: Any string expression that specifies an existing drive, for example "C" for the first partition of the first hard drive. This parameter is used solely under Windows.

If no drive is specified or if the drive is a zero-length string (""), CurDir returns the path for the current drive. LibreOffice Basic reports an error if the syntax of the drive description is incorrect or if the drive does not exist.

Groß- und Kleinschreibung hat keinen Einfluss auf die Funktion.

Fehlercodes:

5 UngĂźltiger Prozeduraufruf

68 Gerät nicht verfßgbar

7 Nicht genĂźgend Arbeitsspeicher

51 Interner Fehler

Beispiel:


  Sub ExampleCurDir
      Dim sDir1 As String, sDir2 As String
      sDir1 = "C:\Test"
      sDir2 = "D:\Private"
      ChDir( sDir1 )
      MsgBox CurDir
      ChDir( sDir2 )
      MsgBox CurDir
  End Sub

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