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faustf

hi guys  i have this  scenario i have a folder  inside of them i have  3  folder i want erase the  first old folder , how  is possible do that ?

i create this script but sometime work and often dont work

Func _3FolderMaximum($Path)

    Local $FileList = _FileListToArray($Path, "*.*", 2)
    If @error = 1 Then
        MsgBox(0, "", "No Folders Found.")
        Exit
    EndIf
    If @error = 4 Then
        MsgBox(0, "", "No Files Found.")
        Exit
    EndIf
    _ArrayDisplay($FileList)


    If IsArray($FileList) Then
        If ($FileList[0]) = 3 Then

            Local $hSearch = FileFindFirstFile($Path & "\*.*")
            Local $sFileName = FileFindNextFile($hSearch)
            MsgBox(0, '', $sFileName)
            DirRemove($Path & "\" & $sFileName, 1)

        EndIf
    EndIf
FileClose($hSearch)
EndFunc   ;==>_3FolderMaximum

some one can help me??

thankz

 

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BrewManNH

Use _FileListToArrayRec to look at the folder and its sub-folders.


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Posted (edited)

i dont think for my case  is  good  i dont  want  look  inside sub sub folder ,  i  want  controll   if exist in  a folder,.....     3  folder, if  yes  , i  must  erase  the  1 oldest  of  3  forlder

for me  a problem is not  sorting  folder or  file , but  compare  3  folder date 

 

Edited by faustf

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faustf

big  questions  FileFindFirstFile    but  what  firstfile  find???    how  search  ???  by  alphabet or  by date  or  ??? o_O   i dont understund

 

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i try to run  example  but i think not  work correctly i save the example in oter folder inside of them i have many file  the  first  start  with _A  but  when i run script  it  start of  B letter o_O

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questions the  function  _Date_Time_CompareFileTime in example have this part o code

; Compare FAT Dates/Times
    $tFileTime1 = _Date_Time_DOSDateTimeToFileTime(0x3621, 0x11EF) ; 01/01/2007 02:15:30
    $tFileTime2 = _Date_Time_DOSDateTimeToFileTime(0x379F, 0x944A) ; 12/31/2007 18:34:20

how is  possible to convert a date in  0x3621, 0x11EF ???

thankz

 

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faustf

ok thankz  :)

 

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