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please write two functions that add\remove a line from file
the line is selected in a list box, and the function search this line in the text file and add\remove it.
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Private Function RemoveLine(sFilePath As String, sLine_to_delete As String)

    Dim iFile1 As Integer
    Dim iFile2 As Integer
   
    Dim sTemp As String
   
    iFile1 = FreeFile
    Open sFilePath For Input As #iFile1
   
    iFile2 = FreeFile
    Open "c:\temp123z.ajd" For Output As #iFile2
   
    While Not EOF(iFile1)
   
        Line Input #iFile1, sTemp
       
        If sTemp <> sLine_to_delete Then
       
            Print #iFile2, sTemp
           
        End If
       
    Wend
   
    Close iFile1, iFile2
   
    Kill sFilePath
    FileCopy "c:\temp123z.ajd", sFilePath
    Kill "c:\temp123z.ajd"
   
End Function


Private Function AddLine(sFilePath As String, sLine_to_add As String)

    Dim iFile1 As Integer
   
    iFile1 = FreeFile
    Open sFilePath For Append As #iFile1
   
    Print #iFile1, sLine_to_add
   
    Close iFile1
   
   
End Function


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