Automation testing QTP with VB Script functions interview questions


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Subject - Software Testing
Subsubject - Automation testing QTP with VB Script functions

Object/Collection Description?

Object/Collection Description: 

FileSystemObject: File system object is a Main object. Contains methods and properties that allow you to create, delete, gain information about, and generally manipulate drives, folders, and files. Many of the methods associated with this object duplicate those in other FSO objects; they are provided for convenience.
Drive: Drive is a Object. Contains methods and properties that allow you to gather information about a drive attached to the system, such as its share name and how much room is available. Note that a "drive" isn't necessarily a hard disk, but can be a CD-ROM drive, a RAM disk, and so forth. A drive doesn't need to be physically attached to the system; it can be also be logically connected through a network.

Drives: Drives are Collection. Provides a list of the drives attached to the system, either physically or logically. The Drives collection includes all drives, regardless of type. Removable-media drives need not have media inserted for them to appear in this collection.
File: File is a Object. Contains methods and properties that allow you to create, delete, or move a file. Also allows you to query the system for a file name, path, and various other properties.

Files: Files are Collection. Provides a list of all files contained within a folder.
Folder: Folder is a Object. Contains methods and properties that allow you to create, delete, or move folders. Also allows you to query the system for folder names, paths, and various other properties.

Folders: Folders are Collection. Provides a list of all the folders within a Folder.
TextStream:TextStream is a Object. Allows you to read and write text files.




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