I understand that in FMP 7, I can store just the file reference to an
image in a container file and the image will be displayed. My question
is, can I capture that text info (i.e. the file name and path for the
displayed image) into a field as well? I appears to do this already in
the PhotoCatalog template but I cannot seem to figure out how it is
> I understand that in FMP 7, I can store just the file reference to an
> image in a container file and the image will be displayed. My question
> is, can I capture that text info (i.e. the file name and path for the
> displayed image) into a field as well? I appears to do this already in
> the PhotoCatalog template but I cannot seem to figure out how it is
as part of Import. Create a FilePath field...
Storing a reference rather than embedding will make things much slower.
If you are planning to use your db cross platform, then forget linking
and embed. With 2 TB file size limit, file size is not an issue.
University of Adelaide
In FM7, you can use GetAsText(container) to get out a variety o
information about the referenced image
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get the full file path of file input field Hello All,
I have a input box on the HTML page with the type set to file. What I
want is that when the value changes in the file textbox, it should give
me the full file path. I have even tried passing the value to a hidden
control but all it does is passes only the File Name and not the file
How do I go about it. I tried checking GMAIL service (Compose Mail) but
all I could get is that they are passing the window and the file object
to a function, the code of which is not accessible.
Any help will be greatly valuable.
what you're trying to do ...
Given a file pointer is there any way to get the fill path to the file I tried unistd.h
but nothing much
> I tried unistd.h
> but nothing much
Tried what? Ah, I see you hid your question in the subject line.
This topic has been done to death here several times, check the archives.
> I tried unistd.h
> but nothing much
(Please put your question in the body of your message, and use
the Subject line as a "title" or "motto" for the discussion. Don't
rely on Subject to carry the whole load.)
This is Question 19.15 in the comp.lang.c Frequ...
How to get the file name from a String containing the path plus the file name? Hi,
I have a String "dirA/dirB/dirC/file.txt". How to use String
manipulation technique to get "file.txt"?
String fullName = "dirA/dirB/dirC/file.txt";
int index = fullName.lastIndexOf("\\"); //here is a problem, if I try
lastIndexOf("\"), there is a compile error
String fileName = fullName.subString(index); //but does not work
Thank you very much.
ps: I am working on linux.
> I have a String "dirA/dirB/dirC/file.txt". How to use String
> manipulation technique to get "...
Getting the path of a file Short version: How do I get the absolute path of a Prolog source file
from that source file?
Longer version, my motivation (skip if you like):
I am working on a Prolog library which is split in multiple files in
multiple directories. It is my intention that a user of the library
can load it by consulting a single file which may then in turn consult/
compile the other files in the library. I do not assume to know where
the library is installed on the users system, so this makes it
difficult to consult these files using absolute paths. However, if
the library is consulted from a different dire...
File path Hi there,
I need a routine that checks if two files are located on the same drive. I
was just thinking of checking the first three letters of the path and if
they are equal, assuming they are on the same drive.
Can anyone see any problems with this?
Is there a better way of doing this?
Is there a routine available that can just return the current drive of a
given file path.
Kind regards and TIA.
"Dave Smithz" <Spam Free> wrote in message <news:firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> Hi there,
> I need a routine that checks if two files are locat...
Getting C++ Info Files I'm looking for info format files for the C++ Library References like
the C libc.info reference. Do these exist.
> From: Wanderer <email@example.com>
> Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 08:33:11 -0700 (PDT)
> I'm looking for info format files for the C++ Library References like
> the C libc.info reference. Do these exist.
No. The C++ library DJGPP uses is not DJGPP-specific.
On Apr 9, 11:54=A0am, Eli Zaretskii <e...@gnu.org> wrote:
> > From: Wanderer <wande...@dialup4less.com>
> > Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 08:33:11 -0700 (PDT)
Get file path from the client I am not a Java programmer and I have a question about a web
programming scenario in Java. Can you please tell me if it is possible
for the server to retrieve the file name and path of a file selected by
a user on the client machine using the Save file dialog control built
Here's the scenario.There's a button called OK. When it is clicked, a
Save file dialog (the windows common dialog that lets you select a file
to open or save) pops up on the client. The user chooses a file name
and location to save a new file. In the click of the same button,
records from a database ar...
Arrays to store info from the file Hi,
I have the following file which I would like to read and store it in
an array, particularly filed 3, 4, and 5 using 1 as a key. Then I
would like to pass fields 3,4, and 5 as input to another program.
Could you please help me to do this?
p653 12 9096693 9160020
p470 9 132578987 132752883
p471 1 177335085 177465155
p427 15 87147709 87218716
I have tried with the following:
while(( getline < "tmp.txt") > 0)
a[$1] = $2;
cmd = "calc --file myfile --ch --from --to"
How do I get the path of the program file? I need to get the filename and path of a program file from within that
I've tried the $0 variable but that doesn't work. It gives the path from
the command that called the file. This is a problem when you use
.../../programfilename and need the actual full path.
How do I get it?
Mark Healey wrote:
> I need to get the filename and path of a program file from within that
> I've tried the $0 variable but that doesn't work. It gives the path from
> the command that called the file. This is a p...