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I can't write on file.
I want to save my masiv(i,1),masiv(i,2) and masiv(i,3) on file. But I can't
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Dim broj As Byte
Dim n As Integer                ' broj redowe w flohdnia file
Dim FileNameIn As String
Dim FileNameOut As String
Dim mas(100, 3) As Double
Dim masiv(100, 3) As Double
FileNameIn = "c:\Testfile1.txt"        ' imeto na whodnia file
FileNameOut = "c:\Testfile11.txt"       ' imeto na izhodnia file

    Open FileNameIn For Input As #1
  n = 0
  While (Not (EOF(1)))
      Line Input #1, x
      n = n + 1
  Wend
    Close #1
   
          Open FileNameIn For Input As #1
  For i = 1 To n
      For j = 1 To 3
          Input #1, mas(i, j)
      Next j
  Next i
Close #1

L1 = 0
For i = 1 To n
L = mas(i, 3)
L3 = mas(1, 3)
L2 = L1 + L
k = (L3 / 2) + (L / 2) + (L2 - L)
A1x = k - (L / 2)
A1y = k + D / 2
L1 = L1 + L
masiv(i, 1) = i
masiv(i, 2) = A1x
masiv(i, 3) = A1y
MsgBox masiv(i, 3)
Next i

  For i = i To n
Open FileNameOut For Output As #1
Print #1, masiv(i, 1), masiv(i, 2), masiv(i, 3)
Close #1
    Next i

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You're problem is the save code.  You are re-opening and closing the output file at each iteration.  Each time you open it like this, you erase the previous version of the file.

Rewrite your code:


Open FileNameOut For Output As #1
For i = i To n
  Print #1, masiv(i, 1), masiv(i, 2), masiv(i, 3)
Next i
Close #1
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