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AnswerRe: Know when a files has been copied Pin
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There is nothing that will tell you when a file is "copied". There is really no such operation. All a copy is is a file being opened for read and another being opened for write. The bytes in the first file are read and then written to the second file. You cannot get a notification of the read but you can for the file being created. See the links the other have posted for that.

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Question"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet" - so what is the BEST name for "open_dev" function return? Pin
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