Kill statement (LotusScript Language)
Deletes a file.
A string expression whose value is a file name; wildcards are not allowed. fileName can contain a drive indicator and path information.
Use Kill with care. If you delete a file with the Kill statement, you can't restore it with LotusScript® statements or operating system commands. Make sure the file is closed before you attempt to delete it.
Kill deletes files, not directories. To remove directories, use the RmDir statement.
If a file does not exist, the Kill statement throws error Path/file access error (ErrPathFileAccessError in lserr.lss).
Sample function to delete a file and (instead of an error) return True if deletion succeeded and False if it failed:
Function DeleteFile(Byval filename As String) As Boolean On Error Goto Fail Kill filename DeleteFile = True Fail: Exit Function End Function