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nht3004

I have these codes:

$importData1=FileRead("temp.txt");
MsgBox(0,"",$importData1);
$file1=FileOpen("data1.txt", 2);
FileWrite($file1, $importData1);
FileClose($file1)

$importData2=FileRead("D:\Temp.txt");importData1 is different from importData2!
MsgBox(0,"",$importData2);
$file2=FileOpen("data2.txt", 2);
FileWrite($file2, $importData2);
FileClose($file2)

When I run the script, both of them show the data inside file temp.txt and D:\Temp.txt but only $importData1 is written to data1.txt and $importData2 is not.

The only difference between 2 codes is FileRead("temp.txt"); and FileRead("D:\Temp.txt") (Path) so

I think the problem about the same directory.

Fix for me plz!

Edited by nht3004

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BrettF
nht3004

so your merging one file with another.?

look @ _filereadtoarray and _filewritefromarray in the helpfile.

Two files to write and read are totally different, how can I merge them bro, I still can't get it!

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nht3004

Look very closly at the FileOpen lines... ^_^

I've looked @ the code all this afternoon! I still can't find errors!

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Melba23

nht3004,

The lines are not wrong, but they do not do what you want them to do! You have a logic problem, not a coding one. From your first post:

$file1=FileOpen("data1.txt", 2)

= Open a file called "data1.txt" and delete any existing file of that name.

$file2=FileOpen("data2.txt", 2)

= Open a file called "data2.txt" and delete any existing file of that name.

So you will get 2 files: "data1.txt" which is a copy of "temp.txt", and "data2.txt" which is a copy of "D:\Temp.txt".

If you want to merge them you need to open the same file twice - and use the "append" rather than the "delete" flag:

$importData1=FileRead(@ScriptDir & "\temp.txt");
MsgBox(0,"",$importData1);
$file1=FileOpen(@ScriptDir & "\data1.txt", 2)   ; Open file and delete existing file
FileWrite($file1, $importData1)   ; Write to file
FileClose($file1)
$importData2=FileRead"D:\Temp.txt")
MsgBox(0,"",$importData2);
$file1=FileOpen("\data1.txt", 1)    ; Open the same file for append to contents
FileWrite($file1, $importData2)   ; Append to existing file
FileClose($file1)

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ArrayMultiColSort ---- Sort arrays on multiple columns
ChooseFileFolder ---- Single and multiple selections from specified path treeview listing
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CodyBarrett

welll.. it KINDA is a coding problem.. although those flags are in the help file ^_^

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