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how can you open a file for reading?
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Use the assignfile(f, 'myfile.txt'); (var f: textfile)
to open for reading: reset(f), or for clearing and then writing: rewrite(f)

to read from the file, use read(f, var1[, var2, ....]);
to write, use write(f, 'text');

finally, close the file with closefile(f)
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o! and you could include {$i-} IO Operation {$i+} to except the errors that may appear in an IO Operation- ex. working with files
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