Drive Explorer



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Environment: VC6, Windows 98

This is an example of browsing the drives and folders on the system. This uses the Treeview/Listview control to achive the objective. This project is similar to the Windows Explorer available on the Windows Operating System. The project is available for download with source code; hence, fragments of code have not been reproduced here.

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Comments

  • where is the code?

    Posted by kyaranusa on 06/01/2006 04:30am

    i do appreciate if you would send me the code from this nice article and your other excellent articles (DriveBrowser.zip, DriveExplorer, DriveBrowsingTree) thanks in advance kikik kyaranusa@yahoo.com

    Reply
  • Article not found

    Posted by opxy on 10/30/2005 02:54pm

    If you click on download link, there is an error "Article not found". I would be really glad if somebody could send this explorer demo on my e-mail grega(.at.)amis.net Thanks, Grega

    Reply
  • How do you automatically expand a given path.

    Posted by Legacy on 08/05/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Gargoyle

    I have used your code as the basis for an image viewer. But want to be able on opening the program to expand to the last path opened on the previous run. I can't seem to work out how to do this can you offer any suggestions. I am storing the path in the document and to the registry between runs (let call the variable currentPath). And would like the tree view to open expanded to this directory with the directory selected. Any clues would be appreciated a peice of code to do this would promis you a place in whatever heaven you desire.

    Thanks Gargoyle

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