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Strange behavior of "FileDelete"?

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Hi

I want to delete a file, e.g. with Filename "abc" (no extension). If i use

FileDelete("c:\abc")

that works. But: if there exists a directoy c:\abc instead of a file, the same command deletes me the content of that directory(!)

How can i be sure to delete only a file, but never a directory (-content) with the same name?

Sure, i could use

FileDelete("c:\abc*")

but that deletes me all files, beginning with "abc...".

Greetings,

Roman.

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Try this:

FileDelete("D:\abc.*")

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Try this:

FileDelete("D:\abc.*")
Hm.. Yes that works, but it deletes me the file "abc" with every extension, abc.txt, abc.doc and so on.

I want to by sure to touch only the file "abc". No more and not less.

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