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c# write text file to network path

Posted on 2008-06-11
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I try to use this below:
//write to file test
                            TextWriter tw = new StreamWriter("\\servername\test.txt");
                            tw.WriteLine("test1");
                            tw.Close();

I get illegal characters in path.

Thoughts?
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by:Jaime Olivares
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TRY WITH:
TextWriter tw = new StreamWriter(@"\\servername\test.txt");
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notice the backslash is a special character in c#, that's why the @ is used to disable it, also you can do as:
TextWriter tw = new StreamWriter("\\\\servername\\test.txt");
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by:mileyja
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I will give this a try early next week when I am in the office and let you know.

Thanks,

Jamie
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