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joe
I am using some code like the one below to work with a text file, modifying
its lines one by one:

Set objFS = Server.CreateOb ject("Scripting .FileSystemObje ct")

Set objF = objFS.OpenTextF ile("MyText.txt ", 1)

Do While objF.Line <= 26 ' --- I am reading only certain lines

'--- get entire line
strTemp = objF.ReadLine
'--- do some other stuff here

Loop

Now, I'd like to do the same with similar data that's been stored in a
variable instead of a file.
I guess I could split the variable into an array by using line break as the
splitting character, and
loop the array elements. Any other suggestion? Thanks in advance.


Jul 22 '05 #1
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Hi joe,

Your splitting on vbCrLf sounds like a good solution to me.

Ray at work

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I am using some code like the one below to work with a text file, modifying its lines one by one:

Set objFS = Server.CreateOb ject("Scripting .FileSystemObje ct")

Set objF = objFS.OpenTextF ile("MyText.txt ", 1)

Do While objF.Line <= 26 ' --- I am reading only certain lines

'--- get entire line
strTemp = objF.ReadLine
'--- do some other stuff here

Loop

Now, I'd like to do the same with similar data that's been stored in a
variable instead of a file.
I guess I could split the variable into an array by using line break as the splitting character, and
loop the array elements. Any other suggestion? Thanks in advance.


Jul 22 '05 #2

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