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Hi, how do I retrieve information on directories in windows? I''d like to get information on the root directory in windows ("Desktop" or "My Computer") and all sub-directories. How do I retrieve this information? Is there a command to use in C++? Further, how do I open a directory and retrieve the files and subdirectories in it? Thanks for the help, Beren

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