Multiple flat files with Comma delimiter and Pipe Delimiter in the sub folders.

Hi,
I have a directory C:\doc\Outcomes\Health  --(This is the main path). 
In the path above i have multiple subfolders like 
A
B
C
D
Folder A & B have 20 flat files each which are comma separated and pipe delimiter files. 
Folder C&D have 20 excel files each.
1) So, In SSIS while looping through the subfolders how do i limit to loop only excel files one time and flat files one time.
2) In folder A&B, how do i loop only Pipe delimiter files (neglecting comma saperated files). I want to loop only pipe delimiter files while using for each loop container.
Thanks 

Both are txt files, but the data inside the files is saperated by ',' and '|'. ( comma and pipe)
Thats ok 
If delimiters are not consistent you can use this method
http://visakhm.blogspot.in/2014/07/ssis-tips-handling-inconsistent-text.html
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