Drive Browsing Listview



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Environment: VC6, Windows 98

This is an example of browsing the drives or folders on the system. This uses the Listview control to achieve the objective; the interface is similar to those found on FTP software packages, allowing the user to move backward and forward. The project is available for download with source code; therefore, fragments of code have not been reproduced here.

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  • tantal

    Posted by tantal on 03/10/2013 01:28pm

    for the file

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  • tantal

    Posted by tantal on 03/10/2013 01:27pm

    for files

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  • tantal

    Posted by tantal on 03/10/2013 01:26pm

    for files

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  • no option for back or up

    Posted by Legacy on 02/22/2003 12:00am

    Originally posted by: rezbipul

    back button or up button...

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