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how to assign file,read from filr,write to file,delete file,create file in delphi 3 or 4
                         M@rko
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You can do it using the system functions: AssignFile, Reset and CloseFile
var
F:TextFile;
S:string;
....
AssignFile(F, 'Name.txt');
Reset(F);
ReadLn(F, S); //reading the string, for write to file use WriteLn
CloseFile(F);
See the delphi help for detals
For deleting file use:
DeleteFile('Name.txt');


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