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Anthony Appleyard20-Jan-13 5:02
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The program text is

x=rename(orig,tempname); y=rename(cor,orig); z=rename(tempname,cor);

where x y z are integers and tempname cor tempname are big char arrays.

This is to swop the names of two files.

I run in the mode "Use Multi-Byte Character Set".

The string values are:-
orig = 'C:\Poser4\Runtime\Libraries\character\Divers\Divers_rebreathers\CDBA\cdba3_fr_hv_lm___2.cr2'
cor = 'C:\Poser4\Runtime\Libraries\character\Divers\Divers_rebreathers\CDBA\cdba3_fr_hv_lm___2_zz02.cr2'
tempname = 'C:\Poser4\Runtime\Libraries\character\Divers\Divers_rebreathers\CDBA\MIAOW_EE_EE_SAID_THE_CAT.txt'

The apostrophes are not in the strings.
The whimsical nature of tempname is to avoid coinciding with any permanent file.
I tested, and the temporary file does not exist already.
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