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    SYS_RemoveFile () and wildcards



    SYS_RemoveFile () does not accept wildcards.
    I would like to delete all admin*.* files.

    Is there a function to do this?

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    Re: SYS_RemoveFile () and wildcards

    Look up the post in the forum titled "Anyway to use wildcards with SYS_REMOVEFILE??". I think it covers what you are looking for. The last reply was Feb 5.
    Tom

 

 

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