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Visual C# | Files and folders exercise | Write a program to find the biggest file in a folder
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Create a new form containing a single button, and attach code to this to find the largest file in a given folder.
You can include the file path as a constant in your code. To check the size of a file, use its Length property.
Here's the sort of thing you should see when you click on the button:
Typical output from your program (although it certainly doesn't have to look like this).
Too easy? Make the program recursive (so that it calls itself) to search through not just the folder given, but also all of its subfolders!