Subject Curret Dir
Author Robert F. Tulloch

In testing dll (Interbase\UDF\) I had occasion the test the "current location" of
the calling process by creating a file from within the called function. The file ended
up in the WinNT\System32 dir. Why would Interbase (the calling process) be executing
in a process space with that as the current dir.?

I thought the "current dir" was that where the .exe resided, in this case \bin.


Best regards