Indicates whether the function was able to delete anything.
The initial directory to delete. This argument cannot be equal to "".All sub-directories and files below this level are deleted. The directory does not need to exist.
Logical. Optional. Default = .F. .T. = Suppresses all dialogs. .F. = Displays a dialog lists the directory that is about to be deleted and states that deleted flies cannot be recovered. Displays a warning dialog is displayed if the selected directory does not exist.
Removes a directory and all of its contents
The DIR_REMOVE_RECURSE() function recursively deletes a directory and everything in it. This is similar to deltree in DOS or rmdir /q /s at the NT/XP command line.
Success_Flag = DIR_REMOVE_RECURSE( "c:\temp\\" )