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Post time: 2020-3-10 02:00:01
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Absolute paths are now available, such as:
 e:\code\data\model\man\
Already file name
   a.txt

I want to get now
 \data\model\man\a.txt
How to do it?
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Post time: 2020-6-1 19:15:01
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Isn't it just string interception? Remove the non-absolute part?
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Post time: 2020-6-2 18:30:01
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CSring a,b;
   a= "e\code\data\model\man\"
   b=a.Mid(7); or b=a.left(7);
 Anyway, you will come out with some functions after writing a.
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The problem is that what I want to get is the content behind data\
Not with numbers
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Post time: 2020-6-3 23:45:01
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CString a,b;
   a = "C:\\A\\B\\C\\D\\a.txt";
   b = "C:\\A\\E\\C\\D\\";

If the current directory is b, to get the relative path of a.txt, you can't directly use the string above...
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Solved it myself, using the method of comparing lengths
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