Returns the elements of this path.
Returns the ancestor path of the specified relative degree. An ancestor of
relative degree x is the
Returns the length of this path, i.e. the number of its elements. Note that the
root element "/" cou
Tests whether this path is absolute, i.e. whether it starts with "/".
Tests whether this path represents the root path, i.e. "/".
Returns the name of the last path element, or null for an identifier. The names
of the special root,
Returns the depth of this path. The depth reflects the absolute or relative
hierarchy level this pat
Returns the normalized index of the last path element. The normalized index of
an element with an un
Returns the normalized path representation of this path. This typically involves
Computes the relative path from this absolute path toother.
Determines if this path is an ancestor of the specified path, based on their
(absolute or relative)
Checks if the last path element is the current element (".").