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hi to all..

actuually wat happend means..i create sample folder in 'D' and in that i created SAMPLE FOLDER ,again i created HELLO FOLDER and one .txt file, in that HELLO FOLDER i created two .txt files..
in that code i take default path like "D:\sample" the above entire directory structure displayed like as a string..
string is like this: abc.txt hello xyz.txt pqr.txt..
now i want to serilaize the entrire directory structure and i want the output like this:
if any body knows pls let me know..
thanks in advance..
Updated 8-Aug-11 2:26am
RaisKazi 5-Aug-11 4:56am    
Question is unclear. You can serialize an Object of some Type into JSON/XML formated string.
RaisKazi 5-Aug-11 4:57am    
What exactly you are trying to achieve?
komalilella 5-Aug-11 5:02am    
actuually wat happend means..i create sample folder in 'D' and in that sample folder again i create hello folder and in that hello folder i created one .txt using i displayed as a string in textbox i got string like this:
D:\sample\hello\ iam doing how to serialize that path in json..
this my task..
pls let me know,if u have soluution..
RaisKazi 5-Aug-11 5:05am    
Wait. I guess you want to show text of your "text.txt" file in some TextBox. Is my guess correct?
komalilella 5-Aug-11 5:13am    
i want entire folder structure path as string in textbox..

You don't really need to do anything manually. Instead, use Data Contract with System.Runtime.Serialization.Json.DataContractJsonSerializer.


Please also see my past solution where I advocate this robust and easy-to-use approach:
How can I utilize XML File streamwriter and reader in my form application?[^],
Creating a property files...[^].

I explain things using System.Runtime.Serialization.Json.DataContractSerializer ([^]), but this is applicable to System.Runtime.Serialization.Json.DataContractJsonSerializer as well.

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Check out fastJSON[^] for the JSON part.
And look at DirectoryInfo Class[^] and FileInfo Class[^] for folder and file info.
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