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How To Use ForceDirectories Method To Create Folders In C++

ForceDirectories Method (System:SysUtils:ForceDirectories) is a SysUtils Method listed in Disk And Directory Support Routines that creates a new directory, including the creation of parent directories as needed. ForceDirectories creates a new directory as specified in Dir, which must be a fully-qualified pathname. If the directories given in the path do not yet exist, ForceDirectories attempts…
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How To Use The Realloc() Function In C++ Programs

In computers, all data and operations during runtime are stored in the memory of our computers, IoTs, or in other microdevices. This memory is generally a RAM (Random Access Memory) that allows data items to be read or written in almost the same amount of time, irrespective of the physical location of data inside the memory. In general, In programming, there are two kinds of memory…
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Learn To Check If a Drive Really Exists on Windows

C++ Builder has a lot of specific methods in its SysUtils library that is included in vcl and fmx libraries. Some of these are grouped as a Path Manipulation Routines that allows user to edit, extract, get and set drive name, directory name, file name, file extensions, .. etc and these methods are combined in Vcl.FileCtrl, System.IOUtils,  System.SysUtils libraries. These all methods are easy…
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