Extension Reports in VC++



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Environment: Visual C++

This program creates an Extension Report of the files in the specified folders or drives. It gives the list using the common control's List View, which can be sorted on various fields like the Windows Explorer. The first path must be specified in the path box or "All" can be specified; this is like "My Computer," which scans all the drives.

This program helps analyze which extensions occupy how much space in the drive. This helps you get an idea of whether to compress files with specific extensions or do the needful.

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Vinoj Kumar

I have been programming for the past 16 years. I started programming in 1990. I came to Windows in 1993. I have authored a book called, "Classic Utilities Using Assembly Language" , 1995. In my free time I listen a lot to Kenny G sax all the albums and Valentine Classics Songs. I like to watch a lot of TinTin adventure Comics. I am currently working in K7 Computing antivirus company (www.k7computing.com) as Senior Technical Lead. My contact is: Phone: +91 944 411 7353

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  • Good Gode

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

    Originally posted by: Manoj Kumar

    Its very usefull code to learn about the file storage.

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