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signature OS_PATH structure OS.Path : OS_PATH generate, create european article number 13 none with .net projects barcode 39 Interface exception Path exc eption InvalidArc val parentArc : string val currentArc : string val fromString : string -> { isAbs : bool, vol : string, arcs : string list }. 11.35. THE OS.PATH STRUCTURE val toString : { i sAbs : bool, vol : string, arcs : string list } -> string val validVolume : {isAbs : bool, vol : string} -> bool val getVolume : string -> string val getParent : string -> string val val val val splitDirFile : string -> {dir : string, file : string} joinDirFile : {dir : string, file : string} -> string dir : string -> string file : string -> string. val splitBaseExt : EAN/UCC-13 for .NET string -> {base : string, ext : string option } val joinBaseExt : {base : string, ext : string option} -> string val base : string -> string val ext : string -> string option val mkCanonical : string -> string val isCanonical : string -> bool val mkAbsolute : {path : string, relativeTo : string} -> string val mkRelative : {path : string, relativeTo : string} -> string val isAbsolute : string -> bool val isRelative : string -> bool val isRoot : string -> bool val concat : string * string -> string val fromUnixPath : string -> string val toUnixPath : string -> string. Description exception Path exc ean13+5 for .NET eption InvalidArc These exceptions are raised to signify invalid paths and arcs, respectively. val parentArc : string The string denoting the parent directory (e.

g., "..

" on Microsoft Windows and Unix).. CHAPTER 11. MANUAL PAGES val currentArc : s .net vs 2010 EAN/UCC-13 tring The string denoting the current directory (e.g.

, "." on Microsoft Windows and Unix). val fromString : string -> { isAbs : bool, vol : string, arcs : string list } fromString path returns the decomposition {isAbs, vol, arcs} of the path speci ed by path.

vol is the volume name and arcs is the list of (possibly empty) arcs of the path. isAbs is true if the path is absolute. Under Unix, the volume name is always the empty string; under Microsoft Windows it can have the forms "A:", "C:", etc.

Here are some examples for Unix paths: path "" "/" "//" "a" "/a" "//a" "a/" "a//" "a/b" val toString : { isAbs : bool, vol : string, arcs : string list } -> string toString {isAbs, vol, arcs} makes a string out of a path represented as a list of arcs. isAbs speci es whether or not the path is absolute, and vol provides a corresponding volume. It returns "" when applied to {isAbs=false, vol="", arcs=[]}.

The exception Path is raised if validVolume{isAbs, vol} is false or if isAbs is false and arcs has an initial empty arc. The exception InvalidArc is raised if any component in arcs is not a valid representation of an arc. The exception Size is raised if the resulting string has size greater than String.

maxSize. toString o fromString is the identity. fromString o toString is also the identity, provided no exception is raised and none of the strings in arcs contains an embedded arc separator character.

In addition, isRelative(toString {isAbs=false, vol, arcs}) evaluates to true when de ned. fromString path {isAbs=false, vol="", arcs=[]} {isAbs=true, vol="", arcs=[""]} {isAbs=true, vol="", arcs=["", ""]} {isAbs=false, vol="", arcs=["a"]} {isAbs=true, vol="", arcs=["a"]} {isAbs=true, vol="", arcs=["","a"]} {isAbs=false, vol="", arcs=["a", ""]} {isAbs=false, vol="", arcs=["a", "", ""]} {isAbs=false, vol="", arcs=["a", "b"]}. 11.35. THE OS.PATH STRUCTURE val validVolume : {isAbs : bool, vol : string} -> bool validVolume {isAbs , vol} returns true if vol is a valid volume name for an absolute or relative path, respectively as isAbs is true or false. Under Unix, the only valid volume name is "". Under Microsoft Windows, the valid volume names have the forms "a:", "A:", "b:", "B:", etc.

, and, if isAbs = false, also "". Under MacOS, isAbs can be true if and only if vol is "". val getVolume : string -> string getVolume path returns the volume portion of the path path.

val getParent : string -> string getParent path returns a string denoting the parent directory of path. It holds that getParent path = path if and only if path is a root. If the last arc is empty or the parent arc, then getParent appends a parent arc.

If the last arc is the current arc, then it is replaced with the parent arc. Note that if path is canonical, then the result of getParent will also be canonical. Here are some examples for Unix paths: path "/" "a" "a/" "a///" "a/b" "a/b/" ".

." "." "" getParent path "/" ".

" "a/.." "a///.

." "a" "a/b/..

" "../.

." "..

" "..".

val splitDirFile : EAN-13 Supplement 5 for .NET string -> {dir : string, file : string} splitDirFile path splits the string path path into its directory and le parts, where the le part is de ned to be the last arc. The le will be "" if the last arc is "".

Here are some examples for Unix paths: path "" "." "b" "b/" "a/b" "/a" splitDirFile path {dir = "", file = ""} {dir = "", file = "."} {dir = "", file = "b"} {dir = "b", file = ""} {dir = "a", file = "b"} {dir = "/", file = "a"}.

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