Using Win32 functions in Visual FoxPro Image Gallery
Code examples:
How to change display settings: screen resolution, screen refresh rate
Printing Image File, programmatically set print page orientation to landscape
Capturing keyboard activity of another application with the Raw Input API (VFP9)
Custom GDI+ class
Custom HttpRequest class (WinINet)
Winsock: sending email messages (SMTP, port 25)
Displaying icons in the system tray (VFP9)
Enumerating raw input devices attached to the system (keyboard, mouse, human interface device)
How to draw custom Window Caption on FoxPro form
GDI+: Implementing image scrolling with inertia
Customizing the frame of top-level form: removing the standard frame (VFP9, Vista)
How to view icons stored in executable files (Icon Viewer) - II
Enumerating devices installed on the local machine
Storing screen shot of a form to bitmap file
Browsing Windows Known Folders (Special Folders)
Custom FTP Class for Visual FoxPro application
Monitoring clipboard content changes (VFP9)
How to convert a bitmap file to monochrome format (1 bpp)
Moving shortcut to a specified position on the Windows Desktop
Obtaining names and positions for shortcuts located on the Windows Desktop
How to build UDP responder
How to print FoxPro form
Displaying dimmed window behind VFP top-level form
GDI+: reading and writing metadata in JPEG and TIFF files
Using the DeleteFile

User rating: 0/10 (0 votes)
Rate this code sample:
  • ~
More code examples    Listed functions    Add comment     W32 Constants      Translate this page Printer friendly version of this code sample
Before you begin:
See also:
  • Deleting file into the Recycle Bin
  • Displaying standard progress dialog box when copying files

  • #DEFINE CREATE_ALWAYS                  2
    #DEFINE FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL        128
    
    DECLARE INTEGER DeleteFile IN kernel32;
        STRING lpFileName
    
    DECLARE INTEGER CreateFile IN kernel32;
        STRING  lpFileName,;
        INTEGER dwDesiredAccess,;
        INTEGER dwShareMode,;
        INTEGER lpSecurityAttributes,;
        INTEGER dwCreationDisposition,;
        INTEGER dwFlagsAndAttributes,;
        INTEGER hTemplateFile
    
    DECLARE INTEGER CloseHandle IN kernel32 INTEGER hObject
    
    LOCAL lpFileName
    lpFileName = "C:\Temp\mytest.txt"
    
    hResult = CreateFile (lpFileName, 0, 0, 0,;
        CREATE_ALWAYS, FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL, 0)
    
    ? "File handle returned:", hResult
    = CloseHandle (hResult)
    = DeleteFile (lpFileName)
    
    
    

    User rating: 0/10 (0 votes)
    Rate this code sample:
    • ~
    685 bytes  
    Created: 2001-07-12 12:00:00  
    Modified: 2006-03-08 12:53:17  
    Visits in 7 days: 41  
    Listed functions:
    CloseHandle
    CreateFile
    DeleteFile
    Printer friendly API declarations
    My comment:
    Windows 95/98/Me: The DeleteFile function deletes a file even if it is open for normal I/O or as a memory-mapped file. To prevent loss of data, close files before attempting to delete them.
    Word Index links for this example:
    Translate this page:
      Spanish    Portuguese    German    French    Italian  
    FreeTranslation.com offers instant, free translations of text or web pages.
    User Contributed Notes:
    There are no notes on this subject.


    Copyright 2001-2016 News2News, Inc. Before reproducing or distributing any data from this site please ask for an approval from its owner. Unless otherwise specified, this page is for your personal and non-commercial use. The information on this page is presented AS IS, meaning that you may use it at your own risk. Microsoft Visual FoxPro and Windows are trade marks of Microsoft Corp. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 

    Privacy policy
    Credits: PHP (4.4.9), an HTML-embedded scripting language, MySQL (5.5.46), the Open Source standard SQL database, AceHTML Freeware Version 4, freeware HTML Editor of choice.   Hosted by Korax Online Inc.
    Last Topics Visited (54.90.96.242)
    10.78 min.Examples
    Page 4
    Google
    Advertise here!