I'd like to create a folder in the C:\ root location. I have a program which does this.
On my computer, this creates a folder called Test under C:\MyPrograms\Java\Test
How would I change the code above to create a folder under C:\Test, without specifying the C:\ prefix? If I ran my program under F:\MyPrograms\Java\Test, how could I achieve get the folder under F:\Test?
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Joined: May 08, 2007
ok ilja !! i tried this it works the folder gets created in E drive.
Joined: May 30, 2005
Originally posted by Ilja Preuss: File f = new File("/Test"); f.mkdir();
should work, shouldn't it?
Thanks Ilja, your suggestion was what I was after
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