This topic describes how to create directories.
To create a new directory, use RFs::MkDir() .
When a file or directory name is passed as an argument to MkDir() , if either or both of the drive letter or parent directory is omitted, the missing component will be taken from the session path . Here, the drive letter is taken from the session path.
In most directory-related functions in class RFs , including MkDir() , if a file is specified at the end of the path, it will be ignored. Therefore, a backslash should be included after the final directory name in order to indicate that it is a directory.
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