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Robbinski12

Hi to all,

The title of this topic may be kinda confusing, but i'll explain what I want.

Imagine a folder structure like this (or even deeper):

Foo
 |
 - Bar
 - Another bar ;)
    |
    - Folder
    - One more folder
 - Folder 6
Say every directory contains a certain amount of images. How can I get all the images in an array?

TIA, Robin

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martin

Hi to all,

The title of this topic may be kinda confusing, but i'll explain what I want.

Imagine a folder structure like this (or even deeper):

Foo
 |
 - Bar
 - Another bar ;)
    |
    - Folder
    - One more folder
 - Folder 6
Say every directory contains a certain amount of images. How can I get all the images in an array?

TIA, Robin

Have a look at this which I think will help.

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rudi

Hi.

Say every directory contains a certain amount of images. How can I get all the images in an array?

_FileListToArray() (buildin function)

I prefer _FileListToArrayFaster1e.au3

Regards, Rudi.


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JSThePatriot

I would look at _FileListToArray(), that will give you what you're looking for. I don't know that it has recursion into deeper sets of files, but you could try it, and if it doesn't recurse through the directories you could use FileFindFirstFile() and FileFindNextFile() to fix that recursion issue.

I hope this gets you going in a positive direction,

Jarvis


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