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Flushing a file buffer..VB6

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Hi,

I am using VB6 and want to ensure that the text I pass to the Print method is flushed to file each time around the loop, I can I do this...?

I do not want to keep opening and closing the file NOR do I want to use the FileSystem object.

Thanks Ian
Open l_strFileToOpen For Output As #l_intFreeFile....
 

Loop

 Print #m_intOutFileNo, l_strLineToWrite

Next
 
 

Close #l_intFreeFile

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