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Dear all,

   Do you know how to write a simple file browser using Visual C++?Thanks!
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by:hide_in
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if you use MFC, you can use CFileDialog. if using SDK,
you can you GetOpenFileName() API,but it's more complex tan using CFileDialog
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ValiH earned 30 total points
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 Here is a pice of code you can use. I have tried to keep it as simple as posible so if you want something more, plese let me now. Also let me now if it does (does not) work.

CString pathname;

  CFileDialog f_browser(true,NULL,NULL);
   if (f_browser.DoModal()==IDOK)
     {
         pathname=f_browser.GetPathName();
     }
     

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by:hpchong7
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Dear ValiH,

   I still have no time to try it.But I trust you.
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