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Problem in copying directory in Win-NT

 
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Hi,
I have made a backup program which creates a destination directory and then copies a source directory to this destination directory. In Win 98, I used xcopy32.exe from c:\windows\command and it runs properly. But when I try this program in a Win-NT m/c I face the following problems:
1. I changed xcopy32.exe of win 98 m/c to c:\i386\xcopy.exe in NT m/c. Still the program does not work and gives no error. The message shown is:
Directory created
0 files copied.
Though there are many files in the source directory it doesn't copy any.
Please help me. Thanks in advance.
My source code is:
 
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It is generally not a good idea to post the same question in several forums ( and then e-mail it to bartenders to boot ) because people will probably be giving you the same answer in different forums, not knowing that you have already solved your problem. I'm closing this thread.
 
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