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I want to write a function which retrives the names of the most recently used files in the registry (including full pathname), and then opens one of them according to the file selected (usually there are 4 files).
How do I do it (a new function, without changing code, please!)
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Read the "MRUDEMO: Implements Most Recently Used File List for C Programs" MSDN's article. There you'll find a sample application.

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If you want to use the MFC's CRecentFileList class, visit http://premium.microsoft.com/msdn/library/devprods/vc++/vcmfc/d3/s4c2b.htm
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