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sudhir kamath
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hi,
what is the difference between relative path and absolute path.
kamath
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"kamath",
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Nathaniel Stoddard
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A relative path is one that is defined in relation to another (usually the current page being processed). An absolute path is one that is defined in absolute relation to another (usually the context, or server). Typically, you will find that absolute paths start with a "/", while relative paths start with a string identifier (i.e. "store/").
Hope that helps.


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