BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 06-10-93 (00:43)             Number: 265
From: TIM BENNETT                  Refer#: NONE
  To: EVANS MARTIN                  Recvd: NO  
Subj: Re: DIRS                       Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
{Originally 06-08-93  11:00}
{Quoting Evans Martin to Bennett Hendry}
{Subject :Re: DIRS}

 -=> Quoting Bennett Hendry to All <=-

 BH> Hi!
 BH> Does anybody know of a good way to read directories from a disk into a
 BH> variable? (like an array, perhaps?)  I want to write a recursive
 BH> routine to remove an entire directory branch, with full
 BH> sub-directories, but I can't get the directory names into a variable
 BH> in order to work with them.  ANY ideas would be appreciated.
 BH> Thanks!

 EM> Meeee Toooo!  Send me some source if you find it.

 EM> Thanks,
 EM> Evans Martin

The following 3 messages will read a directory into an array for you. Each
line will have the file name, size, and creation time and date. You should
be able to parse the file name out easily.

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