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I've written a short program that calculates all values of a mathematical function in a user-defined interval. The data is written to an user-defined file during that process. Unfortunately, there is no file. I don't have a clue what's wrong with my program, and I've been trying to solve that for nearly 2 hours now. Obviously without success.

The calculation is done properly (added a ConsoleWrite() to check that), so it must be the FileWrite() that doesn't work.

Thanks for the help!

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water

You need to add some error checking to your script.
Is FileOpen successful? Is FileWrite successful?
The help file shows you how to check for errors.
 

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2 minutes ago, water said:

You need to add some error checking to your script.
Is FileOpen successful?
 

How do I do error checking exactly?

I don't know if that is successful. The only things I know are that the file isn't created :/

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The help file explains what is returned by a function in case of an error. Example:

$f = FileOpen(...)
$If $F = -1 Then ... ; An error has occurred

$fw = FileWrite(...)
If $fw = 0 Then .. ; An error has occurred

 

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Wicked_Caty

FileOpen() and FileWrite() don't work. 

 

Edit: I guess FileWrite() doesn't work, because FileOpen() doesn't work in the first place

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The default mode for FileOpen is $FO_READ.
To write to a file you need to set the mode:

#include <FileConstants.au3>
$f = FileOpen("Your filename goes here", $FO_APPEND) ; Or $FO_OVERWRITE if you always want to overwrite an existing file

 

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Thanks! It works now

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Glad to be of service :)


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