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I have a problem with GetFileName when getting directory names. If the directory name contains a dot as in Mydir.ectory all I get is Mydir.

If there is no dot as in Mydirectory then it works and I get Mydirectory.

I am guessing it has something to do with extensions. How can I avoid this and get the full directory name even if it contains a dot.

Thank you

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I have managed to achieve what I was trying to do using a combination of GetFileName, GetFilePath and CString::ReverseFind

Now it works perfectly

Thanks you so much for all your help

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Does it work perfectly if the name contains two dots?

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Yes it does.


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