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I would find out if geret.exe exists under c:\game\ by programming.
How to?
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Question by:huangyun
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Hellow ,
Here is a function I once wrote.You can use it to test if a file exist,plz notice you'd pass the name into it:
Here name is "geret.exe"
BOOL IsFileExist(char* name)
{
char Des[MAX_PATH]="c:\\game\\";
BOOL  Done;                     // Done searching for files?
HANDLE  FndHnd = NULL;   // Handle to find data.
WIN32_FIND_DATA FindDat;  // Info on file found.
strcat(Des,(const char*)name);
FndHnd =FindFirstFile(Des, &FindDat);
   if(!FndHnd)  //NO THIS FILE
   return FALSE;
   else{
   FindClose(FndHnd); // Close the find handle
   return TRUE;}
}

I think above is exact what you need.
Hope helpful
Regards
W.Yinan
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