Use this tag for reviews of code that performs file system operations, such as creating, deleting, renaming, moving, copying, reading, and writing files.

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Frequency of words in all files of a directory using Future - Scala

I created a program to get frequency of word in all files in a directory using Future API ...
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File read/write methods

I'm using some simple files for caching and some basic user data. I was first just using file_put_contens and file_get_contents, ...
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Randomly choose a game executable from a folder 2.0

After asking Randomly choose a game executable from a folder, I applied the recommended changes. I also redesigned the program to make use of the MVVM (Model-View-Viewmodel) paradigm, using Prism 6.0. ...
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Bookshelf with Sorting, Categories and File I/O

I've been working on a project originally for school regarding object-oriented design, where I was supposed to write a class for a book and a bookshelf, and then have a driver class to add a couple ...
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List of Files in any Folder - Scala

I have written a code to count the number of files in a folder and if there are any folder inside folder it will count the files in that folder too. ...
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Applescript to change file extensions

I'm new at scripting, but I thought it would be handy to have a script that would change the extensions of selected files in Finder. I run this script from an automator service so that batch changing ...
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Randomly choose a game executable from a folder

I've written a Universal Windows Application which allows you to select a folder and shows the icon and name of a random executable from anywhere in that folder. The intent is to be a Game Roulette, ...
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Uncompress archive, check contents, add missing files, recompress archive

The code looks for the specified .tgz file, if it's not present, it creates it. It looks for files ending in .txt in the cwd and adds them to a list. It decompresses the gzip, checks for the .txt ...
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Perl recursive copy and move functions

I know a module like this already exists on CPAN, but I wanted to write my own simplified version that accepts wildcards in the input. I don't write many Perl modules so I figured I would post the ...
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File system manipulation helper

What do you think about this file system manipulation helper? There is an utility class Folder which I can use to define directory structure of my app: ...
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Reading entire contents of file at a given java.no.file.Path into a String

What I'm wanting to do is create a String readFile(Path filePath, Charset encoding) method, that returns the entire contents of a given file. I'm wanting the ...
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Scanning a directory and listing contents in an HTML file

My program simply accepts the name of a directory from the user, scans said directory and generates an HTML file that lists the contents. Is there any way that this can be improved? ...
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Write binary save file in Python

I'm fixed on the save file format. There are only three types of data: long (NumPy int32 array, independent of platform) ...
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Categorize episode-file names - Follow up

This is a follow up to this question. I have implemented changes to the code as they were suggested in the previous question and have made a few changes of my own. But it has been mentioned that the ...
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Delete orphaned SIDS + change to full control

I need to delete all the orphaned SIDs in the ACLs of about 20 shares (between 100GB/6TB) and change full control of users groups to other permissions (modify or read/execute). I have done this script ...
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Create a folder and perform a SaveAs

I have this code that is working as intended. Since I am still learning VBA and coding, I was wondering if anyone could look at this at let me know if there is another way to write this. This is part ...
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Mapping phone numbers to names [closed]

Problem description: You are given a phone book that consists of your friend's names and their phone number. After that you will be given your friend's name as query. For each query, print the ...
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Uploading data to Google Drive

I have created a project which uploads data from my local storage to my Google Drive account using the Google Drive API. You can read about how to run it on its Github repository. The main script ...
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Accessing files in a child directory in Python 2.7.x

I have written the below script for use in Python 2.7.x. In essence, I want the script to access a folder contained within the directory the script is and then add all files contained within to a ...
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Algorithm to categorize episode-file names efficiently

I'm trying to categorize file names of anime episodes (for now) into appropriate title based categories. The Show-titles are parsed from an XML file (I got from Anime News Network). EDIT: The passed ...
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Implementation of the ls command with several options - follow-up 2

I've made more improvements from previous iterations and my own, including: Added the -n flag (print owner and group IDs instead of names) Eliminated some ...
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Folder watching in Go

To try and track down a troublesome AS400 bug, my company wants me to keep track of the order in which files are put into a folder. I spent an hour whipping something up in Go, but I'm still pretty ...
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Implementation of the ls command with several options - follow-up

I've made vast improvements to my previous ls implementation, including: Added new flags: -g (omit owner listing) ...
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Implementation of the ls command with several options

As part of a past assignment, I've expanded on this implementation of ls to have more options available, including non-standard ones. It currently supports these ...
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Writing to a newly created file, with support for unit testing

When now increasingly making code unit testable, I notice that code gets bloated, only to get dependencies out. A simple file operation, like saving a file, and, if a file with the name already ...
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Simulation of image transfer over noisy channel

Following this question, I've tried to rewrite some core methods to avoid using String for bit operations, and I ended up using ...
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Get Workbook Method(s)

I'm re-writing my Module of standard methods. These 3 are used to retrieve Workbooks as Workbook Objects. The standard I'm aiming for here is "Third-party Library/Add-in". So: Do these functions ...
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Extracting files and directories from a provided list into separate lists

This code gets a list of all files and directories from a specific location. Thes code below works. ...
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Find missing web-pages

You are writing your web-page and relentlessly adding links, as you think that links are the best thing a web-page can offer. The fact is that you write links even to pages that do not exist just ...
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Simulating image transfer over noisy channel with a repetition code

I need to write a software in JAVA which allows me to simulate the transfer of some images over a noisy channel while adding redundancy with a repetition code . Before going into code details and ...
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MP3 Vote Collator - Final

Here is the completed code for my first Python project, for which I received some help and feedback here: Collate votes on MP3 files to list them by popularity Seeing as there have been considerable ...
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Collate votes on MP3 files to list them by popularity

For my first Python project, I decided to create a script that would automatically collate MP3 files into a music countdown. I wanted to 'learn by doing', so I dived straight in and used the Python ...
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Account registration system for a quiz game

As part of a school project for ICT lessons, our class has been required to write a quiz program following certain criteria that has been set. The first part of this is a program that handles the ...
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Using PHP to create a file structure

I am using PHP to create a file structure in which to store XLSX files, for this I have created this class: ...
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Batch renames file's extension in a given directory with Python

Arguments: The directory in which you would like to change file extensions Old file extension And what the new extension should be Example: ...
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Adding “_old” to a file name

This is a trivial problem. The reason I'm here is to get a better idea of how to use Java's numerous APIs for working with files, folders, and paths. I'm hoping this specific example will help. ...
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Watch a directory and insert new entries into database - Follow up

This is now my new code implementing the recommendations from my previous question. ...
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Getting all files names and paths

I'm trying to get all files paths and names to index them in my database for faster search in future. I have used multithreading and parallel classes, but I'm couldn't get the performance I expected. ...
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Copy first n lines of each file in a directory

In an attempt to learn Haskell, I've built this - it accepts a number n, a source directory, and a sink directory (ending with /) copies n lines from each file in ...
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Watch a directory and insert new entries into database

This program's main function is to: Watch a directory. If there are new files, insert those as entries into the database. Delete the files from the directory. My below code runs well, but I want ...
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Tagging the directories and switching between them by tags

MOTIVATION I have this small software package that allow users to maintain a simple text file that looks like tag1 path1 tag2 path2 . . . For example, it may ...
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Speeding Up BufferedWriter

Are there any possible speed improvements I can make to the following method. It takes a JDBC ResultSet and breaks it into several CSV files: ...
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XSLT to recurse web server and build sitemap.xml

Code runs and produces valid sitemaps. Questions in the code comments. ...
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Simple extractor for Quake-2 PAK archives

I was fiddling with the source code of Quake-2 today and at some point wanted to extract files from the .pak archives used by the game. Since I couldn't find any ...
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m3u file collector

I'm new to Python and wrote this code for collecting all files in an m3u (playlist) file and copying them into a directory. ...
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Renaming video files based on episode title lookup

I'm new to F#, so I've ported an old Python script I have to F#. It scans a directory for files named something like Game.Of.Thrones.S01E02.xvidblahblah.mp4 or ...
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System backup on Linux - follow up

This is a follow-up to System backup on Linux. I've done a lot to my script since I asked my first question and I think I could improve a lot while doing this. The script still does the same, only a ...
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System backup on Linux

I've written this Python script to make regular backups of a Linux server. It works pretty well except that the script sometimes backups files more than one time, which is pretty strange and I don't ...
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Iterate faster through the Android file system and find specific files using java multithreading

I'm trying to extract specific files and visualise them in a list/grid. For that purpose I'm starting a Service to do the background job, and when it finishes it fires an Intent which will be captured ...
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In VB.NET, does assigning a collection to a variable make a For-Each loop more efficient? [closed]

I have chosen two options for looping through files in a directory. Let me know which one is more efficient (in speed/memory and GC). Option 1: (collect the file name in an array and loop through it) ...