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GetFullPathName exemple

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Hello, I need an exemple to understand this function,
I don't know what to do with the last parameter.
Thanks.
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Let me see what you got so far....

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Viktor
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The last parameter of GetFullPathName gets the actual filename. This is really only useful if you supplied the DOS 8.3 version of a Win95 long file name (ie: If you give a DOS 8.3 version of a long filename to GetFullPathName the last parameter will have the long filename in it when the function returns.)
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