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ThiagoFonseca replied to ThiagoFonseca's question in ProgrammingWorked! But to get the exact result that I was aiming for I had to use shell.resolve(process.info().path) This returns me the full path of the file with extension
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ThiagoFonseca posted a question in ProgrammingIn computercraft there is this command: shell.getRunningProgram() This command returns the path and filename of the program that executed it. I wonder if there's a command in OpenComputers that does the same