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Resolves the link at the specified location and returns the target's pathname as well as the link properties. If the target cannot be found but a close match is found, its pathname will be returned. A link is known as a shortcut on Windows and as an alias on MacOS.
FileName : A string specifying the pathname of the link to resolve. On Windows, MS-DOS or Windows names are valid. On Windows also make sure that the .lnk extension is included. For example on Windows, "C:\MyLink.lnk". For example on MacOS, "My Mac:My Link".
Return Value : On Windows, a list consisting of a string of the target's pathname, followed by a string of the arguments supplied to the target. Following is a string of the target folder, a string containing the path to the icon, the integer value of the hot key, and finally a string indicating the targets popup window show status. On MacOS, a list consisting of 1 string- the target's pathname. If an error occurred, an empty list is returned, in which case dosGetLastError() should be called to determine the cause of the error.
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