1. The following example demonstrates some of the main members of the Directoryinfo class.
2. Dim di As New Directoryinfo("c:\") ' Get a reference to each directory in that directory
Dim, Di, Directoryinfo, Directory
3. Dim diArr As Directoryinfo() = di.GetDirectories() ' Display the names of the directories.
Dim, Diarr, Directoryinfo, Di, Display, Directories
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directory noun. A list of names, addresses etc., of specific classes of people or organizations, often in alphabetical order or in some classification. Etymology: directorie, from directorium. directory noun. A structured listing of the names and characteristics of the files on a storage device. Etymology: directorie, from directorium. directory noun
In computing, a directory is a file system cataloging structure which contains references to other computer files, and possibly other directories. On many computers, directories are known as folders, or drawers, analogous to a workbench or the traditional office filing cabinet.
Etymology: [L. directorius.] In computing, a directory is file system cataloging structure in which references to other computer files, and possibly other directories, are kept. On many computers directories are known as folders, catalogs, or drawers to provide some relevancy to a workbench or the traditional office file cabinet.