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Default I need help with FileSystemObject ... PLEASE

i am not sure if i understand the assignment that says "

'1. Connect to the folder that was listed on the sheet (w:\boseo\)

'There are probably going to be several folders and files so I will have to loop through
    ' these items to find just the text files

        'Start loop
3. 'If this is a text file...
4. 'Write the name of the file to the screen
5. 'I may need use this file name later (hint) so goahead and put it in
                ' a variable so we can call it on the page...
6. 'End loop

i tried to program in this code but he said its not right. i don't understand to read this instruction above... pleaes help me.. thanks...

<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<% Option Explicit %>

Sub AddNewFolder(w:\boseo, foldername)
Dim fso, f, ts

Set fso = Server.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
set f = fso.GetFolder("w:\boseo")

If fso.getfolder("w:\boseo") = true then
   set f = fso.CreateTextFile("w:\boseo\hello.txt")
   set f= fss.openFile("w:\boseo\hello.txt")
 End If


I tried this code but he told me its not correct... i still don't understand his instruction.... pleaes help me out... thanks...

<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<% Option Explicit %>

Sub AddNewFolder(w:\boseo, foldername)
Dim fso, f, fc, ts, nf

Set fso = Server.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
set f = fso.GetFolder("w:\boseo")
set fc = f.subfolders

If fso.getfolder("w:\boseo") <> "" then
   set nf = fc.add(w:\boseo)
   set nf = fc.add("w:\boseo\hello.txt")
 End If
End Sub

he said above is not right he said i didn't understand the concepts and follow his instructions....... please help me out... thanks lots...

any idea or suggestion?... please post correct codes here so i can understand better.. thanks thanks thankst hanks lots lots......

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