e$ = GetDirectoryEntry(id, entry$)
entry$from the directory specified by
id. This directory must have been opened by using the @DIRECTORY preprocessor command before.
When called from an applet or executable which has all the files in the directory
id linked to it,
GetDirectoryEntry() will return a special handle which can then
be passed to all Hollywood functions that accept a file or directory name, e.g. LoadBrush().
If this function is called when just running a script with the Hollywood interpreter, i.e.
not from a stand-alone applet or executable,
GetDirectoryEntry() will simply return the string
that has been passed to it in
entry$, which makes it possible for scripts using @DIRECTORY
to behave exactly the same, no matter whether they have been compiled as applets or executables,
or if they are run as scripts using the Hollywood interpreter. If they are run using the
Hollywood interpreter, they will just load the data from a real file then, whereas the data will
be loaded directly from the applet or executable in case
GetDirectoryEntry() is called from a
stand-alone applet or executable.