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Create a Text File

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hello all

thanks for the help previously

i would like to create a file called as earth.txt in the folder where i have the script

say for example C:\Test

so the file will be C:\Test\earth.txt

can any one help me with the code

thanks in advance .....

greetz

Craberos

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Hi,

have a look at functions FileWrite, FileWriteLine, FileOpen, _FileCreate.

;-))

Stefan

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Hi,

have a look at functions FileWrite, FileWriteLine, FileOpen, _FileCreate.

;-))

Stefan

thanks a lot Stefan

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Hi,

thanks the dev's, the forum members, the helpfile and the forum search.

Searching helpfile and forum first is a good start with.

;-))

Stefan

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Creating the file is as easy as

$hFile = FileOpen(@ScriptDir & "\earth.txt", 2)
FileClose($hFile)

Now, working with the file could be another whole ball of wax so I suggest you follow the previous advice and read the help file.


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Creating the file is as easy as

$hFile = FileOpen(@ScriptDir & "\earth.txt", 2)
FileClose($hFile)

Now, working with the file could be another whole ball of wax so I suggest you follow the previous advice and read the help file.

thanks a ton GeoSoft it worked like a charm :idea:

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