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sroprogger

Okay - Ill try to make it as clear as possible :)

So I am trying to make a programm that reads a .XML file, finds a specific line and replaces it with new information

But the problem is that i cant just use _FileWriteToLine, because the part i want to replace is always on different lines - so i need to find a way to find the line that i want to replace

Maybe search for a keyword - but how do i do that ?

i would appreciate your answers/comments

:)

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SpookMeister

read the file line by line,

check if the current line is the one you need to replace, replace if so,

write the current line to a new file

... repeat till you are finished

then copy the new file to the old one.


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sroprogger

thx :)

love you guys - it works perfectly now !

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