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Directory.GetFiles - odd result

Cei mai multi dintre noi am folosit Directory.GetFiles. Aceasta metoda statica ne permite sa obtinem lista de fisere dintr-un director dat. De exemplu pentru a obtine toate fisierele din directorul 'C:\Temp' care incep cu 'Test' este nevoie sa apelam metoda GetFiles in felul urmator:
var files = Directory.GetFiles("C:\Temp","Test*");
Exemplul acesta este la mintea cocosului. Dar sa vedem ce se intampa daca vrem toate fiserele cu extensia rar.
var files = Directory.GetFiles("C:\Temp","*.rar");
In cazul in care directorul contine urmatoarele fisiere:
1.rar
2.rar
3.exe
4.rar.tmp
5.rar1
Rezultatul returnat o sa contina urmatoarele fisiere:
1.rar
2.rar
4.rar.tmp
5.rar1
Se pare ca avem o problema, ce cauta ultimele 2 fisiere in rezultat. Ne-am astepta sa fi avut ca rezultat doar 1.rar si 2.rar. Din capate in modul in care am facut noi cautarea, o sa ni se returneze orice fisere care incepe cu regula de cautare pe care noi am folosito. Rezultatul este clar nu cel asteptat.
Cauza la acest comportament este urmatoarea: metoda GetFiles() apeleaza la randul ei API de Win32 (metoda FindNextFile). Iar din cauza ca Windows-ul are atat extensii scurte de 3 caractere cat si extensi lungi (8 caractere), rezultatul returnat este cel de mai sus.
O solutie la aceasta problema este sa verificam ca rezultatul returnat se termina cu extensia pe care noi am cautato.
var files = Directory.GetFiles("C:\Temp","*.rar")
.Where( x => x.EndsWIth("*.rar");

Comments

  1. Nice :) Sau altfel spus, traiasca backward compatiblity-ul (cu FAT-ul pe 16 biti..) :)

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    1. Macar un "Remark" pe MSDN ar fi putut pune.

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  2. Pe MSDN e documentata chestia asta in detaliu din cate vad, desi e clar neintuitiva...

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  3. Mie mi-a scapat, atat mie cat si unui coleg. :)

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    1. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/wz42302f.aspx ;)
      "When using the asterisk wildcard character in a searchPattern, such as "*.txt", the matching behavior when the extension is exactly three characters long is different than when the extension is more or less than three characters long ..."

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    2. Multumesc. Am trecut peste textul asta dar nu mi-a sarit in ochi. Eu in locul lor as fi da si un exemplu dupa fraza asta.
      Weekend placut Tudor :)

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