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Gets a value indicating whether the specified path string contains a root.
Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
This method does not verify that the path or file name exists.
The method returns true if the first character is a directory separator character such as "\", or if the path starts with a drive letter and colon (:). For example, it returns true for path strings such as "\\MyDir\\MyFile.txt", "C:\\MyDir", or "C:MyDir". It returns false for path strings such as "MyDir".