std::filesystem::file_type (3) - Linux Man Pages

std::filesystem::file_type: std::filesystem::file_type

NAME

std::filesystem::file_type - std::filesystem::file_type

Synopsis


Defined in header <filesystem>
enum class file_type {
none = /* unspecified */,
not_found = /* unspecified */,
regular = /* unspecified */,
directory = /* unspecified */,
symlink = /* unspecified */,
block = /* unspecified */, (since C++17)
character = /* unspecified */,
fifo = /* unspecified */,
socket = /* unspecified */,
unknown = /* unspecified */,
/* implementation-defined */
};


file_type defines constants that indicate a type of a file or directory a path refers to. The value of the enumerators are distinct.


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Constants


Constant Meaning
none indicates that the file status has not been evaluated yet, or an error occurred when evaluating it
not_found indicates that the file was not found (this is not considered an error)
regular a regular file
directory a directory
symlink a symbolic link
block a block special file
character a character special file
fifo a FIFO (also known as pipe) file
socket a socket file
implementation-defined an additional implementation-defined constant for each additional file type supported by the implementation
unknown the file exists but its type could not be determined

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