Easy vb-script question

How do I do if I want to open a file and write to it without writing over the old things in a file, e.g. how do I concatenate the new things with the old file with vb-script.
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you can use Filesystem object of scripting run time.

Dim fso, MyFile
Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

Set MyFile = fso.CreateTextFile("c:\testfile.txt", True)

MyFile.WriteLine("This is a test.")


u can open the file with different options; like delete all and create new, or open the file with existing stuff and write to it etc..etc

check the help on FileSystemObject.
I don't know if it works in vb-script cause I have never used vb-script but here's how to do it in vb..

Dim Filenr as Integer

Filenr = FreeFile
Open filename For Append As #Filenr
Print #Filenr, "This is a test."
Close #Filenr
you have to open the file as append so it would be like

Set MyFile = fso.CreateTextFile("c:\testfile.txt", 8)

not true
mdolandAuthor Commented:
You are wrong halapaya. I know already all the things you wrote, and to redirect me to look for the answear myself is an easy way out. I have looked through all the info I found about it at MS website.
I will give the points to mistawall

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