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Lets say I have an autoit script in this path:


runme.au3 script content:

; Script Start - Add your code below here

MsgBox(0, "Test", $pathtothisfolder)

After executing runme.au3

Dialog Window should display:


Question 1: How do I get this folder path for $pathtothisfolder?

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Question 2: How do I get this file path for $pathtothisfile?

Edited by confucion

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Perhaps you would need @ScriptDir for the folder path, and for the file path you'd use @ScriptFullPath which gives the path of the folder and the script name.

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Thank you, it works

$pathtothisfolder = @ScriptDir

$pathtothisfile = @ScriptFullPath

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