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{{Command|syntax=FILE_WRITE_VARS <file Number>, <list of up to 10 values>
 
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|description=:Write a line of numeric values to a file that was opened using the [FILE_OPEN]. The text may contain up to 10 values, each seperated by a comma.  
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===Example===
 
===Example===
 
:FILE_OPEN "DataFile.txt", 4, WRITE
 
:FILE_OPEN "DataFile.txt", 4, WRITE
:FILE_READ_VARS 4, v1, v2, v3, 1.296, v5
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[[Category:External_File_Handling]]
 
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Latest revision as of 13:24, 13 January 2011

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Command

FILE_WRITE_VARS <file Number>, <list of up to 10 values>


Write a line of numeric values to a file that was opened using the FILE_OPEN command.
The text may contain up to 10 values, each seperated by a comma.

Parameters

<file Number>
File number, 1 to 10. You may have up to 10 files open at the same time.
<list of up to 10 values>
List of numeric values and/or variable names.

Example

FILE_OPEN "DataFile.txt", 4, WRITE
FILE_WRITE_VARS v1, v2, v3, 1.296, v5