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How to get a text file name from the application start up folder in

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I need to extract a textfile (.txt) file alone from the application startup path. That is I stored a text file in d:\text\inputfile.txt. The folder contains a text file.but i don't know the file name . Now i have to find the folder whiich contains a text file. If the folder contains a text file, i will take that for processing.Suppose if the folder does not contains the text file, i will show the openfiledialog to the user. From that he can select a text file from any other path. How can i extract the text file from the folder...Plz give me some suggesstions..
Aug 19 '08 #1
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Do you know how to list the files in a given directory?
What if there are lots of .txt files in the startup directory? Which one would be chosen?
Aug 19 '08 #2

Curtis Rutland
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Using the System.IO.DirectoryInfo class, you can get all files in a directory, as well as recursively searching it's subdirectories as well. You can apply a filter to your search to just search for *.txt.
Aug 19 '08 #3

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Thank You for your reply.I got it.
Aug 21 '08 #4

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