A string value that represents a (relative or absolute) file system path.
Each path string is associated with one or more root folders relative to which the path may be resolved. For instance, paths inside a module are usually resolved relative to the module’s folder, with a default lookup path as the fallback.
Known direct subtypes
Gets a root folder relative to which this path can be resolved.
Gets the base name of the folder or file this path refers to.
Gets the path of the parent folder of the folder or file this path refers to.
Gets the extension of the folder or file this path refers to, that is, the suffix of the base name starting at the last dot character, if there is one.
Gets the number of components of this path.
Gets stem of the folder or file this path refers to, that is, the prefix of its base name up to (but not including) the last dot character if there is one, or the entire base name if there is not
Gets the absolute path that this path refers to when resolved relative to
Gets the absolute path that the sub-path consisting of the first
Returns a one-character string containing the character in the receiver at the given index (which ranges from 0 through length minus one)
Returns all the offsets at which the given string occurs in the receiver
Returns the index of n’th occurrence of the given string within receiver, starting at the given offset
Holds when the receiver contains no upper-case letters
Holds when the receiver contains no lower-case letters
Returns the length of the receiver (in UTF-16 code units)
Holds when the receiver matches the pattern. Patterns are matched by case sensitive string matching, and there are two wildcards: _ matches a single character, and % matches any sequence of characters. To match the actual characters _ or % in the pattern, they must be escaped using backslashes. For example,
Returns the substring of the receiver ending at the given offset
When the given regexp matches the entire receiver, returns the substring matched by the given capture group
Returns a substring of the receiver which matches the given regexp. Also returns the offset within the receiver at which the match occurred (occurrenceOffset), and the number of matches which occur at smaller offsets (occurrenceIndex)
Holds when the given regexp matches the entire receiver
Returns a copy of the receiver with every substring which matches the given regexp is replaced by the replacement
Returns a copy of the receiver with all occurrences of the target replaced by the replacement
Returns all of the substrings obtained by splitting the receiver at every occurrence of the argument
Returns the n’th substring obtained by splitting the receiver at every occurrence of the argument
Returns the substring of the receiver which starts and ends at the given indices
Returns the substring of the receiver starting at the given offset
Returns the date, if any, obtained by parsing the receiver
Returns the floating point number, if any, obtained by parsing the receiver
Returns the integer, if any, obtained by parsing the receiver
Returns a copy of the receiver with all uppercase characters replaced by lowercase ones
Returns the receiver
Returns a copy of the receiver with all lowercase characters replaced by uppercase ones
Returns a copy of the receiver with all whitespace removed from the beginning and end of the string (where whitespace is defined as unicode codepoints ‘\u0000’ through ‘\u0020’ inclusive)