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PrettyPath Function

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Description : PrettyPath formats a path for use in user displays. PrettyPath is useful for trimming down long directory paths or abbreviating them. No attempt is made by PrettyPath to determine the validity of the entered path's syntax or if the path already exists on the server. The output of PrettyPath is meant for display purposes only. It should not be used programmatically to pass paths to the FileSystemObject for example.

Arguments
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There are 4 arguments. Only the first, sPath, is required. To bypass the other three arguments, enter null as a placeholder for the argument. If you specify null for any of the last three arguments, the default will be used. Defaults for each argument are below. sPath Required. String. The path to format for display. Can be a virtual, relative or absolute path to a file or folder. hLen Optional. Integer. Default: 3 Each path element will stop being displayed after this length. Value can be 0 or greater. Regardless of the remaining characters in the element, they will be replaced with three dots as placeholders "...". Example: if hLen is 2 and the path entered is "c:winntsystem32" then PrettyPath will format the path as "c:wi...sy..." If hLen is 0, the path would be "c:......" bFile Optional. Boolean. Default: False Show the file name (if path is determined to be a file by prettypath). If set to true, the bExtOnly argument is ignored and the file name in it's entirety (including extension) is shown. Does nothing if the path entered is determined to be a directory path. bExtOnly Optional. Boolean. Default: True Show the file extension (if path is determined to be a file by PrettyPath). If True, file extension is shown. If false, extension may be removed depending on the size of hLen.

<%
Private Function PrettyPath(ByVal sPath, ByVal hLen, ByVal bFile, ByVal bExtOnly)
Dim elements, i, tmp, bLast, sElm, sDelim, chopsize
Dim showfullfilename, showfileextension

chopsize = hLen
showfullfilename = bFile
showfileextension = bExtOnly

If IsNull(chopsize) Then chopsize = 3
If IsNull(showfullfilename) Then showfullfilename = False
If IsNull(showfileextension) Then showfileextension = True

bLast = False
sDelim = ""
If InStr(sPath, sDelim) = 0 Then sDelim = "/"
elements = Split(sPath, sDelim)

For i = 0 To UBound(elements)
sElm = elements(i)
If Len(sElm) > 5 Then
If i = UBound(elements) Then
If showfullfilename Then
tmp = ""
Exit For
ElseIf showfileextension Then
tmp = Right(sElm, Len(sElm) - _
InStrRev(sElm, "."))
bLast = True
End If
End If
If chopsize > 0 Then
elements(i) = Left(sElm, chopsize) & "..."
Else
elements(i) = "..."
End If
If showfileextension And bLast Then
elements(i) = elements(i) & tmp
End If
End If
Next
PrettyPath = Join(elements, sDelim)
End Function
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