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File directory in combo box

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I'd like to get the full list of files within a certain folder and put that list as the choices in a combo box.

Any ideas??

Thanks,

Mark

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I'd like to get the full list of files within a certain folder and put that list as the choices in a combo box.

Any ideas??

Thanks,

Mark

Re-Edit:

Ok, try this

'FileFindFirstFile'

'FileFindNextFile'

In helpfile

Edited by Paulie

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Re-Edit:

Ok, try this

'FileFindFirstFile'

'FileFindNextFile'

In helpfile

Or you could just use the beta _GUICtrlComboAddDir().

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I got it working with the FindFirst/Next file.

Thanks a bunch!!!

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Or you could just use the beta _GUICtrlComboAddDir().

@Smoke_N-

I'll never understand how you can keep track of almost every new UDF created (even if thats not incredibly new) and what it does and how to use it

especially when all the UDFs aren't in the helpfile

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@Smoke_N-

I'll never understand how you can keep track of almost every new UDF created (even if thats not incredibly new) and what it does and how to use it

especially when all the UDFs aren't in the helpfile

Most of them are that have to do with Listview etc...


SciTE for AutoItDirections for Submitting Standard UDFs

 

Don't argue with an idiot; people watching may not be able to tell the difference.

 

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Most of them are that have to do with Listview etc...

well gafrost, i know its not hard for you to keep track of new UDFs...

C'mon your the one making 80% of them

:whistle::)

Anyway, yes I know some are in the helpfile, but I Feel like i need to sit and make a 'Roledex' of UDFs and Functions so i can look for them and find how to use them

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@Smoke_N-

I'll never understand how you can keep track of almost every new UDF created (even if thats not incredibly new) and what it does and how to use it

especially when all the UDFs aren't in the helpfile

Actually, I embarass myself often making UDF's for functions that already exists, and either Gary / MHz / Valik / or Jdeb enjoy showing me that I'm re-inventing the wheel.

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