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ANSI C dos_findfirst?

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Is there some ANSI C function that will give me similar effect as _dos_findfirst/_dos_findnext?

In other words: I want to write a *very* portable program and don't know how to get the directory contents.

Thanx,

Rupert
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look up your API help for opendir() and closedir().. in dirent.h
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