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This topic lists all path manipulation routines.

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System.SysUtils.AnsiCompareFileName

Compares file names based on the current locale.

System.SysUtils.AnsiLowerCaseFileName

Converts a file name to lowercase.

System.IOUtils.TPath.ChangeExtension

Changes the extension of a file or directory indicated by the given path.

System.SysUtils.ChangeFileExt

Changes the extension of a file name.

System.SysUtils.ChangeFilePath

Changes the path of a file name.

System.IOUtils.TPath.Combine

Combines two paths strings.

System.IOUtils.TPath.DriveExists

Checks whether the drive letter used in the given path actually exists.

System.SysUtils.ExcludeTrailingBackslash

Returns a path name without a trailing delimiter.

System.SysUtils.ExcludeTrailingPathDelimiter

Returns a path name without a trailing delimiter.

System.SysUtils.ExpandFileName

Returns the full path name for a relative file name.

System.SysUtils.ExpandFileNameCase

Returns the full path name for a relative file name on a case-sensitive file system.

System.SysUtils.ExpandUNCFileName

Returns the full path of a file name in UNC format, if appropriate.

System.SysUtils.ExtractFileDir

Extracts the drive and directory parts from FileName.

System.SysUtils.ExtractFileDrive

Returns the drive portion of a file name.

System.SysUtils.ExtractFileExt

Returns the extension portions of a file name.

System.SysUtils.ExtractFileName

Extracts the name and extension parts of a file name.

System.SysUtils.ExtractFilePath

Returns the drive and directory portions of a file name.

System.SysUtils.ExtractRelativePath

Returns a relative path name, relative to a specific base directory.

System.SysUtils.ExtractShortPathName

Converts a file name to the short 8.3 form.

System.IOUtils.TPath.GetAttributes

Returns the file or directory attributes.

System.IOUtils.TPath.GetDirectoryName

Extracts drive and directory parts of a file name.

System.IOUtils.TPath.GetExtendedPrefix

Returns the extended prefix type for a given path.

System.IOUtils.TPath.GetExtension

Extracts the extension part of a file name.

System.IOUtils.TPath.GetFileName

Extracts the name and extension parts of a file name.

System.IOUtils.TPath.GetFileNameWithoutExtension

Extracts the name part of a file name, without extension.

System.IOUtils.TPath.GetFullPath

Returns the absolute path for a given path.

System.IOUtils.TPath.GetGUIDFileName

Generates a new GUID that can be used as a unique file name.

System.IOUtils.TPath.GetHomePath

Returns the user's home path.

System.IOUtils.TPath.GetRandomFileName

Generates a new random file name.

System.IOUtils.TPath.GetTempFileName

Generates a unique temporary file.

System.IOUtils.TPath.GetTempPath

Returns the path to the system temporary directory.

System.IOUtils.TPath.HasExtension

Checks whether a given file name has an extension part.

System.IOUtils.TPath.HasValidFileNameChars

Checks whether a given file name contains only allowed characters.

System.IOUtils.TPath.HasValidPathChars

Checks whether a given path string contains only allowed characters.

System.SysUtils.IncludeTrailingBackslash

Ensures that the path name ends with delimiter.

System.SysUtils.IncludeTrailingPathDelimiter

Ensures that the path name ends with delimiter.

System.IOUtils.TPath.IsDriveRooted

Checks whether a given path is absolute and starts with a drive letter.

System.IOUtils.TPath.IsExtendedPrefixed

Checks whether a given path has an extended prefix.

System.SysUtils.IsPathDelimiter

Indicates whether the byte at a specified position in a string is the path delimiter.

System.IOUtils.TPath.IsPathRooted

Checks whether a given path is relative or absolute.

System.IOUtils.TPath.IsUNCPath

Checks whether a given path is in UNC (Universal Naming Convention) format.

System.IOUtils.TPath.IsUNCRooted

Checks whether the given path is UNC-rooted, where UNC stands for Universal Naming Convention.

System.IOUtils.TPath.IsValidFileNameChar

Checks whether a given character is allowed in a file name.

System.IOUtils.TPath.IsValidPathChar

Checks whether a given character is allowed in a path string.

Vcl.FileCtrl.MinimizeName

Shortens a fully qualified path name so that it can be drawn with a specified length limit.

System.SysUtils.SameFileName

Compares file names based on the current locale.

System.IOUtils.TPath.SetAttributes

Sets the file or directory attributes.

System.IOUtils.TFile.CreateSymLink

Creates a symbolic link. See System.SysUtils.TSymLinkRec.


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