CCeFileFind - File Finder class for Windows CE

Environment: VC6 SP2, NT4 SP3, CE 2.0/2.01/2.11

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Class CCeFileFind performs local file searches on a Windows CE system. CCeFileFind includes member functions that begin a search, locate a file, and return the name, path or size of the file. The following code will enumerate all the files in the current directory, printing the name of each file:
CCeFileFind finder;

BOOL bWorking = finder.FindFile("*.*");

while (bWorking)
{
 bWorking = finder.FindNextFile();
 AfxMessageBox(  finder.GetFileName() );
}

After calling FindFile to begin the file search, call FindNextFile to retrieve subsequent files. You must call FindNextFile at least once before calling any of attribute member functions:

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