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ID: 28023, Snippet for IOUtils, Recursive File System Access in Delphi 2010

by Ann Lynnworth Email: Anonymous

Example form with button, listbox, 2 edit boxes, and code needed to recurse directories and files, using a nested TFilterPredicate.
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If you need some example code for iterating through folders (directories, paths) and the contained files, recursively, here it is. This uses the features of TDirectory (in Delphi 2010+) to enumerate paths and files, and demonstrates a nested TFilterPredicate.

All credit goes to Malcolm Groves, who presented this example at an ADUG meeting when Delphi 2010 was launched. Malcolm also posted the information on his blog.

This example is such a useful starting point for software utilities, it seemed a good idea to post it for you.

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