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Check whether it is a plain file or directory.

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Hi, I am running gcc in solaris. In my home dir. i have several sub-directories. What i need to do is that based on an date given as an input by the user, i have to keep check the home directory and its sub-directories as well which are older than the given date. I dont' how to make it as a loop. please guide   me. hope you understand the question.

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by:alexo
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Does your compiler support findfirst() and findnext() functions?
Check <io.h> for them.  If they exist, it is easy to write a recursive search.
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No, My compiler dosen't support those functions, is there any other way to solve.

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man opendir, readdir
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