• C

Copying directory

Is there an ANSI C library function(supported by both Unix and NT) which can copy an entire directory?
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Not in ANSI C, since C implementations need not have any directory at all.
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <process.h>

system( "rd mydirectory" );

This is an ANSI call. You can alias the rd command on a unix system.


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Sorry, Make that remove directory command a copy directory.

Kind of a work around for your problem.
UTEKAuthor Commented:
ya...I just find out that solution. Thanks
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