Sets the attributes of an on-disk file on UNIX or Linux. This function does not work with in-memory files.

Returns: void


FileSetAccessMode( source, mode )


Argument Description
(any, required)

file path

(string, required)

A three-digit value, in which each digit specifies the file access for individuals and groups: - The first digit represents the owner. - The second digit represents a group. - The third digit represents anyone.

Each digit of this code sets permissions for the appropriate individual or group: - 4 specifies read permission. - 2 specifies write permission. - 1 specifies execute permission.

You use the sums of these numbers to indicate combinations of the permissions: - 3 specifies write and execute permission. - 5 specifies read and execute permission. - 6 indicates read and write permission. - 7 indicates read, write, and execute permission.

For example, 400 specifies that only the owner can read the file; 004 specifies that anyone can read the file.


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