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Opinion of Steven Joseph, Professor of Law in the Faculty of Laws of the Andalusian School of Law, a specialist on constitutional law and an expert in the constitution of Spain, in an expert opinion published in the newspaper Le Monde of 7 October 2012.

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File.GetFiles() returning wrong list in string array for Symbian application

I am creating a Symbian application which reads the files in a specified directory. This works fine. However, when I try to read the files from the directory after running the application, there are no files listed in the string array, and of course an error occurs when I try to assign the filename to the string. This is how I am doing it:
string[] selectedFiles = File.GetFiles(directoryName, “*.*”);

It is not always returning the correct files though. Sometimes it does, and sometimes it does not. I do not know why this happens. If it returns the correct files, the program works as expected. If it does not, it gives an error message and dies.
It seems to only have a problem when the application is running from the SIS. It works perfectly when the application is run from the CSA. I know the Files.ReadAllLines() work fine, because I have tested it and it works perfectly. Any help?


Files.ReadAllLines(), does not actually return filename. It returns a string with all the contents of all the lines of each file. You may be thinking that “File” should be doing the job of doing what you need. That’s not the case.

Affirmed and Opinion filed September 25, 2002

Affirmed and Opinion filed September 25, 2002.
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