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Writing with Split

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OK, hopefully a nice quick question!

I have used the Split to chop up a line of text. At the end of my
function, I want to amend one of the datum in the array. I can use
StringSplit(1)="whatever" to write the text back into the array in
memory, but how do I get VB.Net to now write this value back to the
file that it first read the line from? Is it something simple? Or
will I need to re-write the whole line again to the bottom of the file?
Thanks

Nov 21 '05 #1
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OK, hopefully a nice quick question!

I have used the Split to chop up a line of text. At the end of my
function, I want to amend one of the datum in the array. I can use
StringSplit(1)="whatever" to write the text back into the array in
memory, but how do I get VB.Net to now write this value back to the
file that it first read the line from? Is it something simple? Or
will I need to re-write the whole line again to the bottom of the file?
Thanks


Not to worry, this was a silly question. I realised my error.
Nov 21 '05 #2

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