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    Traverse folders and files using XCode

    I am a newbie in Mac and XCode development

    I have an urgent requirement where i need to traverse the files and folders in the specified path given


    I have a folder "Temp" under /Users/

    which should look similar to this /Users/Temp/

    Under the Temp folder i have "Additional" another folder

    which should look similar to this /Users/Temp/Additional/

    Under the Additional folder i have 5 files (assume)
    which might me something similar to this


    If the input folder is set as /Users/Temp/

    I should get the list of folders like Additional and the files under it

    Any help would be great


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    You want to look at NSFileManager and I think the enumeratorAtPath: method.
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