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Saving files with variable filenames

Posted on 2001-06-26
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How do I save a file, but using a variable in my program as the file name. At the moment I use
open "c:\windows\desktop\somefilename" for output as #1

What I want is

open "C:\windows\desktop\(text1.text)" for output as #1.

How would I do this?
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Ryan Chong earned 45 total points
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Hi,

open "C:\windows\desktop\" & text1.text for output as #1 ...

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by:mcbeth
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Const pzPath = "C:\"
Dim pzName As String
pzName = pzPath & "text1.txt"
Open pzName For Output As #1#
Print #1, "Hallo"
Close #1
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