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Is there something like Array[-0] in AutoIt? IIRC that's how you obtain the final item of an array in Perl. Currently I'm using the below method to obtain the exe name to run. $full_path is a full path to an exe, which I don't know the number of sub directories to, so the location of the exe in the array changes, but is always the last one.

$myArray= StringSplit($full_path, '\', 1)
Dim $myArray
$arraynum = UBound($myArray)
$x = $arraynum - 1
$output = ""
For $r = 0 to UBound($myArray,1) - 1
    $output = $output & @LF
    For $c = 0 to UBound($myArray,2) - 1
        $output = $output & $myArray[$r][$c] & " "
$dir = StringReplace($full_path, $myArray[$x], "", 0, 1) ;remove file.exe from fullpath
Run(@ComSpec & " /c " &  $myArray[$x] & " " & $CmdLine[1], "", @SW_HIDE)
Edited by mud409
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$sFullPath = "C:\Some\Long.\Path\That Is \Rife\ with\.stupidity\file.exe"
$sFldr = StringRegExpReplace($sFullPath, "^(.+\\).+$", "$1")

If you realloy need an array then

$sFullPath = "C:\Some\Long.\Path\That Is \Rife\ with\.stupidity\file.exe"
$aPath = StringRegExp($sFullPath, "^(.+\\)(.+)$", 1)
If NOT @Error Then
    FileChangeDir($aPath[0] ;; contains the folder path
    Run($aPath[1]) ;; contains only the file name


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