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hi all,
i've a folder path with regular expression in that path.i want to check whether that folder is in existance.how can i move with this?
 
eg:
Dim folder
folder="C:\*folder* 'path with regularexpression"
if(filesystem.FolderExists(folder))
filesystem.DeleteFolder(folder)
 
Thank you in advance
Posted 3-Feb-12 1:51am
Edited 3-Feb-12 10:23am
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Solution 1

Hi,
 
Try like this,
 
var dirs = from dir in 
           Directory.EnumerateDirectories(dirPath, "C:\\*folder*",
           SearchOption.AllDirectories)
           select dir;
 
 
it will return you the folders that matches the pattern.
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Jijesh Balakrishnan b at 5-Feb-12 22:39pm
   
it is giving the following error on this statement.
Microsoft VBScript compilation error: Expected end of statement
could you please tell me what is this "from dir in" statement?
Jaganathan Bantheswaran at 6-Feb-12 0:01am
   
Please have a look at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd383462.aspx

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