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getting text to text.. (McRider)

Posted on 2000-04-25
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Private Sub Command2_Click()
Open Text2 For Append As #1
Print #1, Text1.Text  
Close #1
'Save to a file.
End Sub

But now i will to open a textfile , i already know how but how can i display the contents it must look as:


Private Sub Command2_Click()
Open Text2 For input As #1
??????? #1, Text1.Text  
Close #1
'Save to a file.
End Sub

where the ??????? is the question
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by:Dalin
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Line Input #1, Text1.Text  
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by:markyvt
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Dalin as it works the points are for you i'm gonna test it now see ya.
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by:markyvt
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This gives an error, the text is not one rule (text1) is an text block


Private Sub test_Click()
Open Text2 For Input As #1
Line Input #1, Text1.Text
Close #1
End Sub

This works not
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Dalin earned 50 total points
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I see.  Try this:
Text1.Text = Input(LOF(1),1)
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Thank you man your the best.
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You are welcome. Good luck in your project.
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