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Questionchange files attributes Pin
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QuestionSaving Image to the same file. (GDI+) Pin
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Joe Woodbury27-Jun-06 6:06
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1980soyo wrote:
Dispose() is not available when I don't write in MFC. There is no such function in Image Class under GDI+ section.


My mistake, I was just looking at MSDN documentation. As I said, I always delete the object directly or by letting it go out of scope.

1980soyo wrote:
How can I delete a file no matter what circumstances ?


You can't. You can delete a file only if you have permissions to do so and it is not open. If a file is read-only, you can attempt to change the attributes using SetFileAttributes(), but that will work only if you have proper permission and/or security to do so.

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