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Is there a way to create a txt file that has a list of all of the files that were copied using the filecopy command?

Thanks.

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BrewManNH

Yes.

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Earthshine

BrewManNH, LOL. funny.

 

gblis,

you can look at your newly copied files using this _FileListToArray UDF

https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/libfunctions/_FileListToArray.htm

to get a 'list' of the files you copied. FileCopy does not return the name of the files.

 

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Earthshine

you could use my BackupFiles UDF, it returns the file or directory it is copying. After you give it a target and destination and optional filespec (*.c or whatever) it returns the path to the copied files.

next open that path and run a directory commend

dir /l /b *.* > file.txt 

or something like that. Or you could use that  _FileListToArray UDF  I mentioned above to give you an array of the files in that path and verify it in a loop.

I have included a small test and you can put in a source path and destination path of your own. if you do not specify a filespec argument, i.e. what type of files to copy (you can use wildcards or a full filename) then the entire soruce path gets copied to destination. If an error happens, it logs it and returns and empty string

BackupFiles.au3

log4a.au3

test.au3

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