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Simple FileFind Class Object

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Submitted on: 12/29/2003 9:39:39 PM
By: David Jonathan Messervey  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 1 Users
Compatibility:VB 6.0

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     ((Updated An Working!)) FILE FIND CLASS OBJ. Find Files With Ease, Will Find Hidden & System Protected Files As Well, Will Search All Drives On Your PC Including Network Drives...This Is Great If You Wanna Search For Spyware Viruses Ect... Or Any File You Need, Object Includes MyObject.FileFile, MyObject.FoundFile, MyOjbect.File,MyObject.Delete... This Will Delete The File Even If Its Protected With ReadOnly Ect...But Won't If File Is In Use.. MyObject.File Returns The FileName & Its Whole Path. MyObject.FileFound Returns Ture If File Was Found, False If Not...Hope You Enjoy..Plzz Vote. PS Don't Worrie About The File Being Searched Its Not Case Sensitive, And Can Still Find The File Even If Its Just Part Of The File Name
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12/30/2003 12:26:09 AM:CodeClub
and api way without FSO and recursion 
is prefered.
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12/30/2003 4:14:17 PM:David Jonathan Messervey
Yea maybe thats true im not sure, but I 
hate API's. Cheers :-)
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