Puts a path separator at the end of a path if needed.


void put_backslash(char *filename);
If the last character of the filename is not a `\', `/', `#' or a device separator (ie. `:' under DOS), this routine will concatenate either a `\' or `/' on to it (depending on the platform). Note: ignore the function name, it's out of date.

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