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ascii code of <EOF> ?

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I want to output a text file.  
I use the Print  #filename, content to add line to the file.
But how can I add the <EOF> charater at the end of this file?
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by:coggie
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Hi there,

You just close the file.

Regards,

Coggie
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jbiswas earned 20 total points
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There is no such EOF character..all you need to do is close the file..that is the EOF. Do not know why you need to attach a end of file.
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