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i have data in .rtf file format. i want to read .rft file in vb6 sequentially.  i have open file as below.

    Dim mvFileNum As Integer, mvFileName As String, inpReaddata As String
    mvFileName = "D:\TestData\Inp Data.rtf"
    mvFileNum = FreeFile()
    Open mvFileName For Input As #mvFileNum
        Line Input #1, inpReadData
    Close #mvFileNum

above code is reading one record and exit.


1. how can i read file sequentially?
2. how can i get no of lines in file so that i can set loop?
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Question by:nitin_s_shah
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Pls try

 Open mvFileName For Input As #1  
Do While Not EOF(1)   
    Line Input #1, inpReadData
Loop
Close #1 

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Regards
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by:nitin_s_shah
ID: 39210855
Dear Rgonzo1971,

Excellent answer,

Thanks a lot for quick help

Nitin Shah
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