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Posted on 2006-06-21
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For some reason im trying to read a text file with about 50 lines and it keeps only reading the last line???

    Dim sData As String
    Dim sinputline As String
    Dim ff As Integer
    ff = FreeFile
    sData = Empty

    Open sUpdateScriptSys For Input As #ff
        Seek #1, 1
        Do While Not EOF(ff)
            Line Input #ff, sinputline
            sData = sinputline
            DoEvents
        Loop
    Close #ff
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Question by:thaburner
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fruhj earned 800 total points
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simple
Sdata = sinputline
should be
SData = SData + sInputline
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by:Lee W, MVP
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No, it's reading every line... you are just overwriting it each iteration of the loop.

What exactly are you trying to do - because the code you shown is just reading in the line and moving to the next line and not doing anything.
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by:thaburner
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lol now i feel stupid i dont know what i was thinking. lol thx
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by:fruhj
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been there and done that so don't feel bad.
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