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Illegal characters in path

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As a learning exercise in VS 2005 - BASIC, I'm working on a program which
may be run on any of the (hopefully) later versions of Windows - assume 98
- XP.

Is there a quick / dirty way to determine which is the invalid character in
the path / folder name? Given that, I can arbitrarily (arbitrary
programmers, right!) replace it with a valid character (space or underscore
or ...)
Feb 15 '06 #1
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"al jones" <al**********@shotmail.com> schrieb:
Is there a quick / dirty way to determine which is the invalid character
in
the path / folder name? Given that, I can arbitrarily (arbitrary
programmers, right!) replace it with a valid character (space or
underscore
or ...)


Incomplete: 'System.IO.Path.InvalidPathChars'.

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Feb 15 '06 #2

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