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$file = FileOpen("log.txt", 1)

; Check if file opened for writing OK
If $file = -1 Then
    MsgBox(0, "Error", "Unable to open file.")
    Exit
EndIf

FileWriteLine($file, "Day Of Year: " & @YDAY) 
FileWriteLine($file, "Day Of Week: " & @WDAY)
FileWriteLine($file, "Year: " & @YEAR) 
FileWriteLine($file, "Month: " & @MON) 
FileWriteLine($file, "Day Of Month: " & @MDAY) 
FileWriteLine($file, "Hour: " & @HOUR) 
FileWriteLine($file, "Minute: " & @Min)
FileWriteLine($file, "Second: " & @SEC)
FileWriteLine($file, "User: " & @UserName)
FileWriteLine($file, "Operating System: " & @OSVersion)
FileWriteLine($file, "===============Seperate===============")
FileClose($file)

Anyone know how to make this save?


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$file = FileOpen("log.txt", 1)

; Check if file opened for writing OK
If $file = -1 Then
    MsgBox(0, "Error", "Unable to open file.")
    Exit
EndIf

FileWriteLine($file, "Day Of Year: " & @YDAY) 
FileWriteLine($file, "Day Of Week: " & @WDAY)
FileWriteLine($file, "Year: " & @YEAR) 
FileWriteLine($file, "Month: " & @MON) 
FileWriteLine($file, "Day Of Month: " & @MDAY) 
FileWriteLine($file, "Hour: " & @HOUR) 
FileWriteLine($file, "Minute: " & @Min)
FileWriteLine($file, "Second: " & @SEC)
FileWriteLine($file, "User: " & @UserName)
FileWriteLine($file, "Operating System: " & @OSVersion)
FileWriteLine($file, "===============Seperate===============")
FileClose($file)

Anyone know how to make this save?

Save what? You opened it mode 1 = write append, wrote the lines to it, and closed it. The file should contain those lines. What happens when you run it?

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It writes it but when I open the file again it's empty.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

It writes it but when I open the file again it's empty.

Cool, you've implemented the Write-Only Memory specification! :o

When I run your script, it works and the data can viewed in log.txt. So, are you saying when you open it again, the old data is lost? Are you reopening it with the same script or another, with maybe a different mode in the FileOpen() function?

This is log.txt after running your script twice:

Day Of Year: 045
Day Of Week: 3
Year: 2006
Month: 02
Day Of Month: 14
Hour: 10
Minute: 41
Second: 31
User: MyUser
Operating System: WIN_XP
===============Seperate===============
Day Of Year: 045
Day Of Week: 3
Year: 2006
Month: 02
Day Of Month: 14
Hour: 10
Minute: 42
Second: 16
User: MyUser
Operating System: WIN_XP
===============Seperate===============
Edited by PsaltyDS

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