ptrendler at bigpond.com
Thu Aug 25 08:28:49 CDT 2005
I think you need to "open file" before writing to it, or, alternatively use
the "put URL"
See the docs for detail.
patrend at bigpond.com
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From: "Jon" <jbondy at sover.net>
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Subject: write fails
> I'm trying to log activity to a file with what I thought was a simple
> put the date & " " & the long time & " " & m & Return into s
> write s to file "C:/RHOADS/EEOL2/Logs/log.txt" at end
> The file is not created automatically; after creating the file manually,
> the file remains empty; the path was copy-and-pasted from Windows
> Explorer, so I know it is correct; the string "s" has reasonable contents
> as verified with the Variable Watcher; and there are no run-time errors.
> Any thoughts?
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