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How to Save the file on application folder?

Posted on 2006-07-24
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Hi Dear Friends,

I am creating one Windows Application in C# using VS.NET 2005.
I have one textbox, a Browse Button & a Save button on my windows form.

When user clicks on browse button, the file name will displayd in the Textbox.
After user clicks on the Save button, then I want to save the file to my application's "Images" folder.

Please, reply if you have the soluton or any trick to do this.

Thanks in advance...

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string apppath;
           
            // get your personal application folder
            apppath = System.Environment.GetFolderPath(System.Environment.SpecialFolder.ApplicationData);

            // create application path
            apppath = Path.Combine( apppath, "Images" );

            // create path if it doesn't exist
            if (!Directory.Exists(apppath))
                Directory.CreateDirectory(apppath);

            // append configuration's filename to path string
            apppath = Path.Combine( apppath, "yourfilename.extension" );
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