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syntax to read a test file using  VBScript &  Iseries PCOMM

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I'm trying to create a VB Script using ISeries Access PCOMM to read a text file, place the first value in a specific location in my application, hit the "+" key, hit the <enter> key and then read the next value in the text file and do the same.
Having difficulty with syntax to open and read the file.

thanks,
Pat
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Here's a nice Microsoft article that shows you how to read and write files in vbscript:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee198716.aspx
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