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Searching folders for txt documents

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I'm trying to add all the txt documents in a folder and all its subfolders into a list.

I have the list and folder select dialog working properly. I can even check the folder for all .txt documents with the FileFindFirstFile() and then FileFindNextFile().

Is it possible to check a folder AND its SUBFOLDERS for .txt documents. I then need to get the location of the txt document returned. Tricky.

IE: the user selects the folder C:\Documents

The program finds C:\Documents\stuff.txt AND C:\Documents\other\stuff2.txt

Any ideas? I have tried various things with autoit without luck, I have also tried fiddling with the command prompt DIR and trying to get it to list files below the current folder, no luck.

Is this even possible? ;)

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Try

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...mp;#entry261201

Edit: Wewt. Post #100.

Edited by mikehunt114

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Hi,

you can also use the dos command dir

So long,

Mega


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