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How to find directory and subdirectory

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:lmao: I know how to find files by mask (FileFindFirstFile and FileFindNextFile), but don't know and can't find how search directory :ph34r:. May be in my help-file there isn't it.

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If You search for FileFindFirst and FileFindNext you will find plenty of samples.

You could also use a file mask like *.* And check for type with FileAttrib($file)

If you use this command in a @comspec window you will get the directories

DIR /A:D /S /B

Obviously you will have to wrap it up with Run and redirect it to a file or read the STDIO from Run with StdoutRead.

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ok. I reformulate my question. May be I convey my minds wrong.

How get list of directories in current directory?


Luck, Love and PatienceNikita

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

You can use FileGetAttrib() to recognize directories as you loop with FileFindFirstFile and FileFindNextFile.

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:lmao: Thank you very much! I'll be use it. But use object for search directories..., is it prodigally? AotoIT has function for search file, but hasn't for directiries. Alas. Still I'll be to attempt uncomfortable FileGetAttrib :ph34r:

Thanks once more.


Luck, Love and PatienceNikita

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This is probably because you will not find (as fare as I am aware of) specific search functions for directories in the windows api.

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