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record input & output

Posted on 2000-04-01
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how can i input a record on afile and how can i out put it and how can i make change on it and save it on the file
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Question by:khalid_mohammed
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amgedeldirdiri earned 50 total points
ID: 2675962
{You Can Use This Code To Input And Out Put A Record On The File }
Type
   Stud=Record
         No:Integer;
         Name: String[30];
         Subject1:Integer;
         Subject2:Integer;
         Average : Real;
        End;
{Procedure For Input New Data}
Procedure InputRecord;
Var
  Temp:Stud;
  F:File Of Stud;
Begin
   Assign(F,'Stud.Dat');
   ReWrite(F);
   With Temp Do
     Begin
       Readln(NO);
       Readln(Name);
       Readln(Subject1);
       Readln(Subject2);
     End;
    Write(F,Temp);
    Close(F);
End;
{Procedure To Input Change And Save It}
Procedure MakeChaneg;
Var
  Temp;
  F:File Of Stud;
  N:Integer;
Begin
   Assign(F,'Stud.Dat');
   Reset(F);
   Write('Input Your Record No :');
   Readln(N);
   Seek(F,N-1);
   Read(F,Temp);
   With Temp Do
    Begin
      Readln(No);
      Readln(Name);
      Readln(Sybject1);
      Readln(Sybject2);
      Average:=(Subject1+Subject2)/2;
    End;
    Seek(F,N-1);
    Write(F,Temp);
    Close(F);
End;
{This Tow Procedure To Input New That The First One And To Input Change To Save It }
       
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by:khalid_mohammed
ID: 2697296
thank you for your help
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