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Microsoft® JScript™
Size Property
 Language Reference 
Version 3 

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Description
For files, returns the size, in bytes, of the specified file. For folders, returns the size, in bytes, of all files and subfolders contained in the folder.
Syntax
object.Size

The object is always a File or Folder object.

Remarks
The following code illustrates the use of the Size property with a Folder object:
function ShowFolderSize(filespec)
{
    var fs, f, s;
    fs = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");
    f = fs.GetFolder(filespec);
    s = f.Name.toUpperCase( ) + " uses " + f.size + " bytes.";
    window.alert(s);
}

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