Read from file problem
mb.userev at harbourhosting.co.uk
Thu Nov 15 07:47:04 EST 2007
open file for binary read
I think that should leave the line ending characters intact.
> I tied all this, unfortunately it doesn't work, cos (on Mac anyway) cr =
> lf = 0x0A, e.g. RunRev maps cr or lf into a lf.
> Try this in the message box:
> put chartoNum(lf) && chartoNum(cr)
> On 14 Nov 2007, at 19:51, Brian Yennie wrote:
>> How about something like this. Untested, but the idea is:
>> Read in the lines as if they are all "cr" delimited. If the first
>> character of a line is a linefeed, then you just passed a crlf ending
>> (so just delete the linefeed). For any additional embedded linefeeds,
>> split them off as new lines.
>> read from file theXMLFilePathName until cr
>> put it into tLine
>> if (char 1 of tLine = linefeed) then delete char 1 of tLine
>> replace linefeed with cr in tLine
>> repeat for each line l in tLine
>> processLine l
>> end repeat
>>> I am trying to read text files line by line, but have come across a
>>> file that doesn't have consistent line endings. The command I use is:
>>> read from file theXMLFilePathName until cr
>>> When I looked in the file it has some lines ending in cr, some in lf
>>> and some in crlf.
>>> How can I read up to either of these characters (cr/lf) ?
>>> Thanks a lot
>>> All the Best
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