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Hello all,
I am a newbiew in VC++5 and i'm looking for a source code which will enable me to find files (C:\) i.e all *.doc and copy the found files to C:\Mydocuments.  Please advise with working source code.  Also i need a good MCSD resource and VC++ Resources on the internet.  I know www.codeguru.com and other basics one.
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Use the CFileFind class.  The sample is for directories but it could be quickly modified for files.

Example:

This small program recurses every directory on the C:\ drive and prints the name of the directory.

#include <afx.h>
#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

void Recurse(LPCTSTR pstr)
{
   CFileFind finder;

   // build a string with wildcards
   CString strWildcard(pstr);
   strWildcard += _T("\\*.*");

   // start working for files
   BOOL bWorking = finder.FindFile(strWildcard);

   while (bWorking)
   {
      bWorking = finder.FindNextFile();

      // skip . and .. files; otherwise, we'd
      // recur infinitely!

      if (finder.IsDots())
         continue;

      // if it's a directory, recursively search it

      if (finder.IsDirectory())
      {
         CString str = finder.GetFilePath();
         cout << (LPCTSTR) str << endl;
         Recurse(str);
      }
   }

   finder.Close();
}

void main()
{
   if (!AfxWinInit(GetModuleHandle(NULL), NULL, GetCommandLine(), 0)
      cout << "panic!" << endl;
   else
      Recurse(_T("C:"));
}


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Any good site for MCSD Stuff?

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