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Old 07-27-2005, 01:47 PM   #1
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wiring to a text file and being able to save and add to it

I am capable of being able to write to a text file. I use the following code in my application:

FileOpen(10, "C:\Documents and Settings\alogue\Desktop\Coil PDI\PDI.txt", OpenMode.Output)
            PrintLine(10, txtgradecode.Text, ",", txtwidth.Text, ",", txthbgauge.Text, ",", txttargetgauge.Text)
This will write whatever I type into those text boxes to a text file. However, If I write something new in the text boxes it writes over my last entry into the text box. Is there anyway to append to a text file and not have to write over your previous work?
Old 07-27-2005, 02:27 PM   #2
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As I posted on your other thread (, use OutMode.Append


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