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Does anyone know of a nice little function that cleans a directory structured path, such as this..
C:\DirA\DirB\..\DirC\..\DirB\DirD\..\..\DirB\X
Which could be cleaned up to
C:\DirA\DirB\X
I know it's as simple as backtracking to the last slash for each ..\, but I would rather use a standard function if such a thing exists? Thanks for help.

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Ahh, thanks. I'm wondering if this function can use the same string buffer for destination and source. Doesn't say anything in the docs. I would guess that means no.

Very strange that such a simple task requires internet explorer. Microsoft keeps me guessing [evil]

Thanks again.

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Very strange that such a simple task requires internet explorer. Microsoft keeps me guessingThanks again.


Yeah, they kept adding a lot of neat stuff using IE to basically update Windows. Thank god they stopped doing that again.

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