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I have to write a function in a DLL for Windows NT 4.0 that can receive file name with wildcard (* and ?) and return a valid file name that can be use to do COPY(CopyFIle), DEL(DeleteFile) or RENAME (RenameFile).

I have no problem with DEL, but with COPY or RENAME I have to create a new file name from the wilcard and the name return by FindNextFile.

Is there a function like this in MFC or WIN32 API?

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There are no features in MFC or the Win32 API that do this.  You'll need to do the string math yourself to develop a suitable target file name.

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