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How ca I print the char  "   (to a file)?
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use """"
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A double quote is CHR(34) so PRINT CHR(34) will give a " in your file. This is easier and clearer than """. I usually define Quote = CHR(34) and then your code will read:

PRINT Quote & "This text in quotes" & Quote

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Hi, I use mark2150 method.



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I liked more mark2150 comment!!!
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