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Re: [Clip] ^!Save AS where I am BUT ^$ONE LEVEL HIGHER$ Question

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  • Larry Thomas
    Hi Hans, ... with ... Use .. in your clip. A dot (. ) means the current directory to DOS and two dots (.. ) means the parent directory one level up. .. ..
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 5 12:01 PM
      Hi Hans,

      At 02:11 PM 10/05/2000 -0400, you wrote:
      >
      >Dear NTrs,
      >
      >I use a script which takes all file names from a directory, creates a list
      with
      >links and creates several html files for each entry. The INDEX File, I would
      >like to save ONE LEVEL HIGHER without making the decision myself.
      >
      > ^!Save AS ^%Directory%\[HERE I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A CODE LIKE "^$ONE LEVEL
      >HIGHER$"]/^$StrLower(^%FileName%)$.htm
      >
      >How do I solve this problem

      Use ..\ in your clip. A dot (.\) means the current directory to DOS and
      two dots (..\) means the parent directory one level up. ..\..\ means the
      parent directory two levels up and so forth and so on.....

      Regards,

      Larry
      larryt@...
    • Hans Witschi
      Wonderful ! . Thank you Larry. Hans
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 6 6:32 AM
        Wonderful ! .

        Thank you Larry.

        Hans



        Larry Thomas wrote:

        >
        >
        > Use ..\ in your clip. A dot (.\) means the current directory to DOS and
        > two dots (..\) means the parent directory one level up. ..\..\ means the
        > parent directory two levels up and so forth and so on.....
        >
        > Regards,
        >
        > Larry
        >
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