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getfirst getnext in Linux

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In DOS you have the getfirst and getnext fucntions when you want to itterate through the files in a directory.
But what about Linux g++ ?
I dont think I have seen the getfirst and getnext functions,
what to use instead ?
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Question by:LarsC
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Check your manual pages for opendir(3) and readdir(3)

kind regards,

Jos
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