Tag : paths
Prints all paths in your bash environment
|May 14, 2011|
This function will interpolate the points on a line. When tracking mouse movements, not every point is captured. This is especially true the faster the mouse moves. This function will allow you to fill in the gap of points between two recorded positions. It takes two point values (object with an "x" and a "y" property) and the distance to move forward for each new point to be added (e.g. spacing). The result is an array containing all the points between the two points provided in the function call.
|January 16, 2011|
|Get References Path||mooparmghor||VB.NET||paths||December 25, 2010|
|Get Executable Path||mooparmghor||VB.NET||paths||
"Gets the path for the executable file that started the application, not including the executable name." Quoted from MSDN ~~ http://bit.ly/hwr8qp
|December 24, 2010|
Get current page name (file name) with extension (if any).
|December 17, 2010|
|dealing with directory paths with ~||roopeshv||python||directory expanding paths||
Dealing with directory paths which start with
Here is what I think python doesn't do for me:
Now if I want to go to folder
This would be more sensible I guess:
|June 16, 2010|
|file path generator from path patterns||Trent Mick||python||cli files path paths walk||
This function makes it easy to implement typical "-r|--recursive" and "-x|--exclude" options for command-line scripts that work on given file paths. See example usages below.
Note: I use a leading
|May 18, 2010|
|Normalizing paths||Gustavo Narea||python||absolute_path normalization normalize path paths||
While dealing with paths, it's often necessary to make sure they all have the same structure so any operation you perform on them can be reliable, specially when it comes to comparing two or more paths. Unusual paths like "/this//is//a///path" or "another/path" can cause unexpected behavior in your application and this is where this function comes into play.
|January 26, 2010|
|Use Literal Strings for File Paths||joe sopcich||C#||Literal Strings File Paths||A literal string enables you to use special characters such as a backslash or double-quotes without having to use special codes or escape characters. This makes literal strings ideal for file paths that naturally contain many backslashes. To create a lite||September 5, 2008|
|Network Shares and UNC paths||goff denys||C#||Network Shares paths||from http://www.codeproject.com/cs/internet/networkshares.asp||March 30, 2007|
|Get system/language/user dependent paths on windows||Chris Arndt||python||system/language/user dependent paths windows sysadmin||
This modules provides a few handy functions to retrieve the path names of some windows system directories from the registry  and the environment. These path names can be different depending on OS version, installation language, current user and personal setup. Because of this, they should not be included statically in your program.
|February 5, 2006|