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Mon Apr 13 18:40:01 EDT 2009
Steve, when you write the serialised array to the file, are you using
binary files? The output of arrayencode is binary, so if you're not
writing binary files, you'll probably get your data munged up...
On 13 Apr 2009, at 20:50, Steve Checkley wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm storing data in an application using arrays and I need to save
> these out to a file.
> I've serialised the data using the arrayEncode function but can't
> decode it back again.
> The structure of the save file is to place a marker such as
> <productList>, add a return character, then the serialised array,
> another return character and then a closing marker, </productList>
> in this case.
> When viewed in a text editor, it looks like:
> random characters
> more randomeness
> Using lineOffSet, I'm finding the first and last lines of the
> serialised array. It's when I come to decode the array that it
> falls over.
> Any pointers? Is this the best way to save arrays to text?
> Thanks in advance,
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