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#21 dwarfsoft   Moderators   -  Reputation: 1217

Posted 29 June 2000 - 12:04 AM

quote:
Original post by STVOY

If I was to use the link

"/myfolder/mygames/mygame.exe"

Would it still work if the files were on CD rom

I should know really, I think it would, but
I would like another opinion.

Thanx In Advance
STVOY

Mega Moh Mine!!


If it didn't then I would be very surprised. Netscape and Internet Exploiter both accept it as a path. There has been no problems as far as I am aware. If you know how to use paths in a Command Line Interface then do a full path do the file (- the drive letter) and you should be fine. If you don't know CLI path then what are you doing trying to get employed as a programmer? .

Remember though, HTML sometimes only likes paths with '/' instead of the '\' (for all you DOS nuts out there.. I am one of 'em ). This is 'coz the Internet was originally built off 'NIX machines.

Hope thats all you need


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Edited by - dwarfsoft on June 29, 2000 7:06:32 AM

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