Drive Browsing Treeview

Environment: VC6, Windows 98

This is an example of browsing the drives and folders on the system. This uses the Treeview control to achive the objective. The project is available for download with sourcecode; hence, fragments of code have not been reproduced here.

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  • My comment

    Posted by Legacy on 09/22/2003 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Payam

    its very nice

    Reply
  • Please Send Me Code For This Application

    Posted by Legacy on 03/22/2003 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Malik Sajid Abbas

    I Think that it will be your greatness if u send code alongwith ur project's demo's so that other people may get some knowledge. as for as demo is concern there is lot of stuff available in windows to see.
    PLEASE donot limit knowledge let it expand. make beginners able to get some goof programming skills.

    I m sorry if u find some harsh words by me but it is a reality,

    REGARDS
    SAJID.

    Reply
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