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Retrieving all files from a dir to an array

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I'm currently in the process of converting a VB.NET app to AutoIt, but I have problem with the "GetFiles"-command. Is there a substitute in AutoIt to do this?

Thanks,

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AutoIt can find all the folders. It takes a bit of programming, and there might be a faster way with COM Objects, but I havent delved into that yet. You may want to search for Find Folders or File Search on the forums.

Here is what I found very quickly.

_FileSearch()

I hope that helps some.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I'm currently in the process of converting a VB.NET app to AutoIt, but I have problem with the "GetFiles"-command. Is there a substitute in AutoIt to do this?

Thanks,

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

This requres the 3.1.1++ Beta

#include <array.au3>

$fso = ObjCreate("Scripting.FileSystemObject");Instantiate FileSystemObject
$rootFolder = "C:\"
$root = $fso.GetFolder($rootFolder)

$files = $root.Files; Create files collection
$num = $files.Count

Dim $fnames[$num]
Dim $cnt = 0

For $file in $files; Loop through files in folders
    $fnames[$cnt] = $file.Name
    $cnt = $cnt + 1
Next

_ArrayDisplay($fnames, "Files List")
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