|Part of Dir module
| Dir.Current : string
| Dir.Current returns the full path name of the current execution directory. This is the equivalent of doing a pwd in UNIX.
| If the Dir.Current call fails, then Error.Last will return a non-zero value indicating the reason for the failure. Error.LastMsg will return a string which contains the textual version of the error.
| This program changes to the directory called /usr/west and then lists the current directory.
Dir.Change ("/usr/west") if Error.Last = eNoError then put "Directory changed" else put "Did not change the directory." put "Error: ", Error.LastMsg end if put "The current execution directory is ", Dir.Current
|An example demonstrating the use of several of the Dir subprograms
is available. In this example, a directory is created, a file is written
to the directory, an attempt is made to delete the directory, the file is
deleted, and then the directory is deleted.
This example demonstrates the use of Dir.Change, Dir.Current, Dir.Create, and Dir.Delete.
| Exported qualified.
This means that you can only call the function by calling Dir.Current, not by calling Current.