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checking for existence of file

jake mullet
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Joined: May 09, 2001
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hi friends, if i wanted to check if to see if a file exists in certain directory do i just use the .exists()? for example on a good day there should be only one file in C:\stuff\ called download1.txt, on bad days there are 2 files a download1.txt and download2.txt , so i guess i should just check initially are there 2 files? no then go the first file and do some stuff..any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks JM
Greg Mehlhose
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Joined: Jun 05, 2001
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