> what are you saying? that you want"H:\Ruby\Practice\example1.rb" to run
> when you are in "C:\Documents and Settings\user" ?? if that's what
> you're asking it can't be done just using the filname! Either you CD
> into the folder, or provide the full pathname + filename,
> "H:\Ruby\Practice\example1.rb"
>
Yes I can and I have been doing that for several months now.  That's 
because I've added "H:\Ruby\Practice" in my PATH VARIABLES

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