How To: Create a directory using the System.Execute() instruction
The System.Execute() command allows system level calls. On the DOS platform,
system calls are a part of the Command.Com
Paste the following single line into a new or existing script.
System.Execute("c:\command.com /c mkdir c:\temp")
The following code prompts you to enter the new directory into a dialog box.
newDir=MsgBox.Input("Type in new directory","Create Directory", "")
System.Execute("c:\command.com /c mkdir" ++ newDir)
Make sure the whole path already exists for the last subdirectory before you create the new directory. For example, if you type in "C:\mydata\maps\parcels", then the directory "C:\mydata\maps" must already exist. All other operating system directory naming rules are still apply.