PhantomJS - File System Module Properties


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The File System Module has many APIs to deal with files and directories. You can create/write and delete a file/directory. To start using the file system module you must require a reference to the fs module.

var fs = require('fs');

There are two properties available for file system module: Separator and Working Directory. Let us understand them in detail.

Separator

It tells you the separator used for the file paths.

  • For windows:\
  • For Linux: /

Syntax

Its syntax is as follows −

fs.seperator

Example

var fs = require('fs');
console.log(fs.seperator);
phantom.exit();

The above program generates the following output.

undefined

workingDirectory

The working directory is the directory in which PhantomJS executes.

Syntax

Its syntax is as follows −

var fs = require('fs');
fs.workingDirectory;

Example

var fs = require('fs');
console.log(fs.workingDirectory);
phantom.exit();

The above program generates the following output.

C:/phantomjs/bin


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