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VB.net write character code to file

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I am writing a vb.net console application which writes to a file.  I have to write the character code (31) as my column delimiter and character code (29) as my row delimiter.  How would I go about writing these character codes using system.io.streamwriter and the .Write() or .WriteLine() method(s).  Thanks in advance.
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Use Asc() function. So for example

writer.Write("Some Text" & Asc(31) & "Some more text" & Asc(29))
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Perfect thanks!
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