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How to get the directory list from linux system?

Gopu Akraju
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I am giving the path as This works fine under windows environment. But I want to change this according to linux system.
How to mention about the linux file path?

Is it something like below: B'cos under Linux, loops folder is under "/home/userrig/test/loops". Will it work? Thanks.
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Linux doesn't use "\" in paths; it uses "/" instead, which doesn't need to be doubled. I'm not sure why most people don't realize this, but in most contexts Windows code is quite happy to use "/" as well. In any case, since the path is "/home/userrig/test/loops", the correct code is

String filePath = "/home/userrig/test/loops";


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Gopu Akraju
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Thanks for the clarification. It was useful.
Amit Ghorpade
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Hi Gopu Akraju please UseRealWords.
B'cos is not a real word.


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