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Presents the user with a file selection dialog of the specified properties and returns the pathname(s) of the user's selection. The file selection dialog may be either an open file dialog or save file dialog. On Windows and MacOS X, the file selection dialog may also be an open multiple files dialog. The starting folder for the dialog box, the default file name, the file types to view and a message to display to the user may also be specified.
Operation : A string
specifying the type of file selection dialog to display. This may be
"Open" for a single file open, "Save" for a file save or on Windows
and MacOS X only, "Open Multiple" for a multiple file open. This parameter is case
Return Values : If Operation is "Open" or "Save" and the user did not cancel the dialog, a string containing the pathname of the file that the user selected. If Operation is "Open or "Save" and the user canceled the dialog, an empty string is returned. If Operation is "Open Multiple" and the user did not cancel the dialog, a linear list containing strings containing the pathnames of all the selected files is returned. If Operation is "Open Multiple" and the user canceled the dialog, an empty linear list is returned. In case of any error, an empty string is returned if Operation is "Open" or "Save" and an empty list is returned if Operation is "Open Multiple", however an empty string or list may indicate that the user canceled an open or save dialog. Call dosGetLastError() to determine whether an error occurred and if yes, what it was.
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