Function BinaryName() Foundation
Determines the name of the EXE or DLL.
BinaryName( [<lFullQualifiedName>] ) --> cBinaryFileName BinaryName( <nCallLevel> [,<lFullQualifiedName>] ) --> cBinaryFileName
The default value for <lFullQualifiedName> is .F. (false). If it is set to .T. (true), the function returns the name of the DLL or EXE file including drive and path specification. By default, only the file is returned.
<nCallLevel> is a positive integer indicating the position within the call stack to be used to determine the name of the binary. The default value is zero and designates the current entity (function, procedure, method or codeblock.)
The function returns the name of the DLL or EXE file as a character string.
BinaryName() determines the name of the DLL or EXE file containing the code which calls the BinaryName() function. This can be used, for example, for loading resources from a DLL using the LoadResource() function, without having to specify the DLL's name as a string literal.
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