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I have used the following code to build a path and file name (used to store a log):

if(SUCCEEDED(SHGetFolderPath(NULL, CSIDL_LOCAL_APPDATA,//FOLDERID_LocalAppData
    NULL, 0, szFldrPth)))
    wsprintf(szFileName,"%s\\%s", szFldrPth, szSaveFile);
else szFileName[0] = NULL;

I need a simple replacement using the known folder system
Posted 21-Apr-13 3:58am

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I looked up the SHGetFolderPath function on MSDN and found that the documentation named the replacement function. See SHGetKnownFolderPath function[^]
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