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Posted a code sample of using dotNet to obtain file attributes:  http://techsupt.winbatch.com/webcgi/webbatch.exe?techsupt/tsleft.web+WinBatch/dotNet/System_IO+FileAttributes.txt

File Attributes can be any one of the following

Code: [Select]
Archive - The file is a candidate for backup or removal. 
Compressed - The file is compressed.
Directory - The file is a directory.
Encrypted - The file or directory is encrypted. For a file, this means that all data in the file is encrypted. For a directory, this means that encryption is the default for newly created files and directories.
Hidden - The file is hidden, and thus is not included in an ordinary directory listing.
Normal - The file is a standard file that has no special attributes. This attribute is valid only if it is used alone.
NoScrubData - The file or directory is excluded from the data integrity scan. When this value is applied to a directory, by default, all new files and subdirectories within that directory are excluded from data integrity.
NotContentIndexed - The file will not be indexed by the operating system's content indexing service.
Offline - The file is offline. The data of the file is not immediately available.
ReadOnly - The file is read-only.
ReparsePoint - The file contains a reparse point, which is a block of user-defined data associated with a file or a directory.
SparseFile - The file is a sparse file. Sparse files are typically large files whose data consists of mostly zeros.
System - The file is a system file. That is, the file is part of the operating system or is used exclusively by the operating system.
Temporary - The file is temporary. A temporary file contains data that is needed while an application is executing but is not needed after the application is finished. File systems try to keep all the data in memory for quicker access rather than flushing the data back to mass storage. A temporary file should be deleted by the application as soon as it is no longer needed.

Reference: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.io.fileattributes(v=vs.110).aspx
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Re: dotNet sample - Get File Attributes using FileAttributes Enumeration.
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2014, 11:39:01 am »
Nice. How again do you get the [Select] to work?

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Re: dotNet sample - Get File Attributes using FileAttributes Enumeration.
« Reply #2 on: January 17, 2014, 11:59:46 am »
Nice. How again do you get the [Select] to work?

You would simply hit [select] the Ctrl-c to copy the data. However I merely posted a list of the properties, NOT actual code. If you want the code click on the link to the tech article.
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Re: dotNet sample - Get File Attributes using FileAttributes Enumeration.
« Reply #3 on: January 17, 2014, 01:17:29 pm »
Nice. How again do you get the [Select] to work?

You would simply hit [select] the Ctrl-c to copy the data. However I merely posted a list of the properties, NOT actual code. If you want the code click on the link to the tech article.

No my question is how do you create [select] so when clicked it selects a section of the post.

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