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How Can I detect @scriptdir

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How Can I detect @scriptdir

$gizlidosya = @ScriptDir & $var & "\"
Run('Explorer.exe "' & $gizlidosya & '"')

this code work properly when script in driver root dir and

$gizlidosya = @ScriptDir & "\" & $var & "\"
Run('Explorer.exe "' & $gizlidosya & '"')

this code work properly when script in everywhere but root dir (C:\ example or F:\)

how can I run this script both

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You need to check the last character of @Scriptdir. If it is a "\" then don't append another one as you do in example 2.

If StringRight(@ScriptDir, 1) = "\" Then
    $gizlidosya = @ScriptDir & $var & "\"
Else
    $gizlidosya = @ScriptDir & "\" & $var & "\"
Endif
Run('Explorer.exe "' & $gizlidosya & '"')


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