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Re: How can I filter a specified File Type.

by icezero (Initiate)
on Jun 19, 2002 at 07:23 UTC ( [id://175573]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How can I filter a specified File Type.

Sorry, my english isnt so good. well , let me try to explain it on a other way. Ive got a tool, which read files from a server. those files have specific filenames. The differences of the filenames are the date, which is in the name included. like file a) file b) file c) Now i just want to filter the files, which include the date of yesterday or a other special day( 11.07.2002). All these files are saved on a extern server. And i want to filter the files bevor i save it , for ex. in an array or an any list. I hope i could explain it.. thanks for ur help greetz IceZero

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