## Re: How to convert const std::filesystem::directory_entry to tchar?

Originally Posted by 2kaud
using / in a path name may work in some places, but \ is the path separator in windows. And in a non-raw text string, then \\ is used. So

"d://folder//" becomes "d:\\folder" and "d://folder//red//white.txt" becomes ""d:\\folder\\red\\white.txt". If / is used for a path, then you don't use //.

Consider:

Code:
```#include <filesystem>

namespace fs = std::filesystem;

const fs::path initpath {"c:\\myprogs\\folder\\"};
const fs::path destname {"c:\\myprogs\\folder\\red\\white.txt"};
const fs::path req_fn {"black.txt"};

int main()
{
for (const auto& fn : fs::recursive_directory_iterator(initpath))
if (fs::is_regular_file(fn) && fn.path().filename() == req_fn) {
fs::copy_file(fn.path(), destname, fs::copy_options::skip_existing);
break;
}
}```
Your code crashes for me somehow