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HELLO

IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET @COMPUTERNAME VALUE IN THE NAME OF A FILE using _FileCreate?

example :

if the @computername value is 5p0105, create a file c:\windows\5p0105.txt

regards

thanks for your help and advises

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SmOke_N

HELLO

IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET @COMPUTERNAME VALUE IN THE NAME OF A FILE using _FileCreate?

example :

if the @computername value is 5p0105, create a file c:\windows\5p0105.txt

regards

thanks for your help and advises

$FOpen = FileOpen(@WindowsDir & '\' & @ComputerName & '.txt', 10)
FileClose($FOpen)

Edit:

After looking at mine, I had 8 to create the directory, but you need 1 or 2 as Jdeb shows below to write (to create it).

Edited by SmOke_N

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Jos

HELLO

IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET @COMPUTERNAME VALUE IN THE NAME OF A FILE using _FileCreate?

example :

if the @computername value is 5p0105, create a file c:\windows\5p0105.txt

regards

thanks for your help and advises

Yes.... did you try it ?

FileWriteLine(@Computername & ".txt", " text.......")

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