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DarkBASIC Professional Discussion / write string but file emty

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pavel_sv_1982
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Posted: 7th Apr 2017 18:58
I read previously messages about writing to the file and there is a solution, but they do not work for me.

That's what should be written down

But the file is empty


Ortu
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Posted: 7th Apr 2017 20:37
Dont use make file, this is the problem.

Open to write is all you need. It will create the file if it didn't exist.
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pavel_sv_1982
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Posted: 8th Apr 2017 07:28
thank you very much.
It works with this code.
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Posted: 8th Apr 2017 08:10

here is a little program I wrote a while back it checks every few seconds minutes hours whatever if a file is up to date or not and if it isn't it will update it. It has some simple error handling and a basic settings file that is will create and read from when it is ran. designed it to back up files I was working on. can run it in hidden mode as well in the background.


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Posted: 8th Apr 2017 10:02
also you should add code to overwrite the file to replace it with an updated version if you need to, example below:

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zero32
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Posted: 14th Apr 2017 15:30
on my version of dbpro, delete file already checks if the file exists or not. calling delete file on a file that doesn't exists never made an error or stopped the execution of my programms. i don't know if this is compiler version specific or not.

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