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I use this code to get all files name in a folder.
C#
rootFolder="D:\\rootFolder\\";
var videofilenames = Directory
                 .GetFiles(rootFolder, "*.*", SearchOption.AllDirectories)
                 .Select(s => Path.GetFileName(s))
                 .Where(s =>s.EndsWith(".mp4") || s.EndsWith(".mkv") || s.EndsWith(".wav") || s.EndsWith(".avi"));
            var videotop = videofilenames.Take(top);
            foreach (var myscore in videotop)
            {
                string videofilename = myscore.ToString();
             // and i store videofilename in an array
            }

now i need their path too.But I do not know how to change it to reach my aim.
thank you in advance.
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Updated 20-Aug-14 22:20pm
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vangapally Naveen Kumar 21-Aug-14 2:00am    
please check what you are getting into 'videofilenames' .I Think you will get full file path into 'videofilenames'
4L4K1 21-Aug-14 2:32am    
string [] test=videofilenames.ToArray();
I checked it. it is just video file name without path
vangapally Naveen Kumar 21-Aug-14 2:42am    
see this link you may get some idea.
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20375459/using-getfiles-but-splitting-the-results-to-show-full-path-and-just-the-filename

C#
DirectoryInfo dir=new DirectoryInfo(@"E:\Sidh\LabelHeight\LabelHeight\bin\Debug");
foreach (FileInfo file in dir.GetFiles("*.mkv"))
{
    MessageBox.Show(file.FullName);
}




try this
 
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C#
rootFolder="D:\\rootFolder\\";
static int top = 3810;

var videofilenames = Directory
.GetFiles(rootFolder, "*.*", SearchOption.AllDirectories)
.Where(s =>s.EndsWith(".mp4") || s.EndsWith(".mkv") || s.EndsWith(".wav") || s.EndsWith(".avi"));

            var videotop = videofilenames.Take(top);

            foreach (var myscore in videotop)
            {
                string Fullpath = myscore.ToString();
                string videofilepath = Path.GetDirectoryName(Fullpath) + "\\";
                string filename = Path.GetFileName(Fullpath);
                string fileformat = Path.GetExtension(filename);

            }


so now I have every thing :)
 
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