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How to read ".txt" resource files

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Hi there,

Does anyone know if there's a built-in way to read a ".txt" based resources
file (one that's converted to a ".resources" file by "resgen.exe" at build
time). I need to read/write the ".txt" file directly. Thanks.in advance.
Aug 19 '06 #1
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John,

You don't want to use resource files for this. Resources are meant to
be read-only at run-time. Since you have the need to write to the file, you
should keep these files outside of your application, or in a resource
manager that allows you to write to it.

Hope this helps.
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Hi there,

Does anyone know if there's a built-in way to read a ".txt" based
resources file (one that's converted to a ".resources" file by
"resgen.exe" at build time). I need to read/write the ".txt" file
directly. Thanks.in advance.

Aug 19 '06 #2

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