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Hi aggain, people.

I`m making a new programme, wich creates a text file, but it creates it into the Desktop, and I want that it will be created in the C:/ directory, and I have tried it a lot of time but i can´t do it anyway muttley it creates on the Desktop...

I tried using the FileChangeDir command, but I can´t make it work either...

So...how could I determinate the place where the file will be created? Thnx ^^

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Hi aggain, people.

I`m making a new programme, wich creates a text file, but it creates it into the Desktop, and I want that it will be created in the C:/ directory, and I have tried it a lot of time but i can´t do it anyway muttley it creates on the Desktop...

I tried using the FileChangeDir command, but I can´t make it work either...

So...how could I determinate the place where the file will be created? Thnx ^^

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Yeah, this is what I have...

#include <Inet.au3>

$Archivo = FileOpen(_GetIP() & ".txt", 9)

FileChangeDir ( @MyDocumentsDir )

FileWrite($Archivo, _GetIP())

FileClose($Archivo)

Exit

The file should be created suppossedly in the My Documents folder, but it doesn´t create it...

Thank you ^^

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Try this:

#include <Inet.au3>
$Archivo = FileOpen(@MyDocumentsDir & "\" & _GetIP() & ".txt", 9)
FileWrite($Archivo, _GetIP())
FileClose($Archivo)
Exit
Thanks man, it works perfectly, sorry for my newbie question muttley

Erm...but the name of the file that is created is the Ip of the computer, and i would like to change the name, for example give as name "Hello", so it will be hello.txt

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Serious? You do need to look at the help file sometime :)

$Archivo = FileOpen(@MyDocumentsDir & "\Hello.txt", 9)

Thanks man, it works perfectly, sorry for my newbie question muttley

Erm...but the name of the file that is created is the Ip of the computer, and i would like to change the name, for example give as name "Hello", so it will be hello.txt

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