VB/Frontpage ????

My question is similar to q10259657.  I want to take a flat text file say file01, which contains two columns.
aaa   12345
bbb   12312
ccc   212ab
I want to transform the aaa, bbb etc into a hyperlink consisting of a constant string say
'http://mymachine/documentation/tables/aaa.htm' and do the same for each line in the file.  
What is some VB code that will do this?
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Is the flat file a text file?

Then it would be:

dim strTemp as str

Open "<textfile>.txt" for Input as #1
line input #1, strTemp

hyperlink "http://mymachine/documentation/tables/" & strTemp

I don't know the exact code for a hyperlink as i am not at my desk.
remember to

Close #1

the textfile
in the above code isn't considered that
u must extract first col .

try this :

Dim MyLine As String

Dim HLinks(100) As String

ConstString = "http://mymachine/documentation/tables/"

Open "<text file>.txt" For Input As #1

i = 0
While Not EOF(1)
 Line Input #1, MyLine
 HLinks(i) = ConstString + Split(MyLine, " ", 2)(0) + ".htm"
 i = i + 1


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xoxomosAuthor Commented:
Don't know anything about it but it looks good.  Will try it this weekend.  Thanks
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