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The prototypes for findfirst( ) and findnext( ) are in <dirh> However, you also need to include the <dosh> header, which contains macros that can be used as values for attrib These functions are not defined by the ANSI/ISO C/C++ standard The findfirst( ) function searches for the first filename that matches that pointed to by fname The filename may include both a drive specifier and a path name The filename may also include the wildcard characters * and If a match is found, the structure pointed to by ptr is filled with information about the file
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The ffblk structure is defined like this:
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struct ffblk { long ff_reserved; long ff_fsize; unsigned long ff_attrib; unsigned ff_ftime; unsigned ff_fdate; char ff_name[MAXPATH]; };
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The attrib parameter determines the type of files to be found by findfirst( ) If attrib is 0, all types of files that match the desired filename are acceptable To cause a more selective search, attrib can be one the following macros:
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FA_RDONLY FA_HIDDEN FA_SYSTEM FA_LABEL FA_DIREC FA_ARCH
Meaning
Read-only file Hidden file System file Volume label Subdirectory Archive bit set
The findnext( ) function continues a search started by findfirst( ) Both the findfirst( ) and findnext( ) functions return 0 on success and 1 on failure On failure, errno is set to ENOENT (filename not found) _doserrno is set to either ENMFILE (no more files in directory) or ENOENT
Example
This program displays all files with a CPP extension (and their sizes) in the current working directory:
#include <stdioh> #include <dosh> #include <dirh> int main(void) { struct ffblk f; register int done;
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done = findfirst("*cpp", &f, 0); while(!done) { printf("%s %ld\n", fff_name, fff_fsize); done = findnext(&f); } return 0; } THE C++ BUILDER FUNCTION LIBRARY
Related Function
fnmerge( )
void fnmerge(char *path, const char *drive, const char *dir, const char *fname, const char *ext) int fnsplit(const char *path, char *drive, char *dir, char *fname, char *ext)
Description
The prototypes for fnmerge( ) and fnsplit( ) are in <dirh> These functions are not defined by the ANSI/ISO C/C++ standard The fnmerge( ) function constructs a filename from the specified individual components and puts that name into the string pointed to by path For example, if drive is C:, dir is \CBuilder5\, fname is TEST, and ext is C, the filename produced is C:\CBuilder5\TESTC The fnsplit( ) decomposes the filename pointed to by path into its component parts The array size needed for each parameter is shown here, along with a macro defined in <dirh> that can be used in place of the actual number:
Parameter
path drive dir fname ext
Size
260 3 256 256 256
Macro Name
MAXPATH MAXDRIVE MAXDIR MAXFILE MAXEXT
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The fnsplit( ) function puts the colon after the drive specifier in the string pointed to by drive It puts the period preceding the extension into the string pointed to by ext Leading and trailing backslashes are retained The two functions fnmerge( ) and fnsplit( ) are complementary the output from one can be used as input to the other The fnsplit( ) function returns an integer than has five flags encoded into it The flags have these macro names associated with them (defined in <dirh>):
Macro Name
EXTENSION FILENAME DIRECTORY DRIVE WILDCARDS
Meaning When Set
Extension present Filename present Directory path present Drive specifier present One or more wildcard characters present
To determine if a flag is set, AND the flag macro with the return value and test the result If the result is 1, the flag is set; otherwise, it is cleared
Example
#include <stdioh> #include <dirh>
This program illustrates how fnmerge( ) encodes a filename Its output is C:TESTC :
int main(void) { char path[MAXPATH]; fnmerge(path, "C:", "", "TEST", "C"); printf(path); return 0; }
Related Functions
findfirst( ), findnext( )
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