In Windows/Linux/Macintosh operating systems, in filepaths, does a filepath with a single period indicate that it's relative to the location of the executable, or relative to the current working directory of the environment?
For example, if I do: (ignoring the lack of drive letters on non-Windows system)
C:/> CD C:/path/to/folder/
Inside of 'program.exe', if I tried to access: ./file.txt, would it find:
C:/path/to/folder/file.txt (Relative to environment working directory)
C:/path/different/folder/file.txt (Relative to executable directory)