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How to write a .dat

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IniRead reads plain-text files. Search your Windows folder for several examples of INI files and check the help for IniWrite to create one.

Edit: It sounds like you want to create an INI file with a .dat extension. Just set the filename you're passing to IniWrite and IniRead to have a .dat instead of .ini. File extensions are irrelevant to how you use them, they're just an indicator to the user and to the operating system as to what to expect the file to contain. You might just want to stick to .ini unless there's a reason to "hide" the fact that it's an INI file because .dat could be ANY form of data.

Edited by c0deWorm

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