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If the length of the filename A "fna" is longer than the length of filename B "fnb", it fails to open the files.

Well its not just that simple I guess, I might toss in that fstream soon.

I guess I should have expected some of this. I really just took my C program that did the work, and learned how to stick a .NET form layout around for a nice GUI. So, as you can guess, it uses char arrays. With some use of the String class here and there. :) So yeah, it breaks when I try to add functionality to its base. Ho-hum, and knowing is the battle*0.5f;

oh well, here is the debug version. I cannot get it to product the error with the debug build, so you can use it if you want. I really am going to do that fstream soon. requires .NET
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