Didn't I answer this here?
It returns a single list of whatever files it finds, each file separated by a comma, return or whatever etc.
Well, which is it? I have assumed it was a return. If it's not, substitute whatever with a return.
I didn't realise that the list in your reply was all the file names, I thought that somehow it had been broken into individual records.
Thanks for your help I got it working now.
One point worth mentioning (It took me five hours to find out what I was doing wrong).
The import command can take the path and file name as one variable, but not two joined by &.
They must be joined before the import command line