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[aprssig] VB6 file open for APRS

Chuck Gooden cgooden at insightbb.com
Wed Apr 6 01:00:23 UTC 2005


If I recall may basic days, a comma is a delimiter for input statements.

for example:
  input a, b, c would read three values from the command line with each 
value delimited by a comma (ie 12, 14, 74).

If you want to read the entire line, you may want to look up how to read 
a strings from a file.  I think you will find it in the docs on file IO.


Andrew Rich wrote:
> Anybody a guru on VB6 ?
> 
> I am trying to open every log file in the LOGS directory of UI-VIEW and
> reply to port 1448 (UI-VIEW server)
> 
> For some reason when I open the log file, VB6 thinks a COMMA is a
> deliminator.
> 
> Ideas ?
> 
> Private Sub Command4_Click()
> 
> Open "C:\Program Files\Peak Systems\UI-View32\LOGS\20040421.TXT" For Input
> As #1
> Do While Not EOF(1)
> Input #1, myserial
> List1.AddItem myserial
> Winsock1.SendData myserial & Chr$(13) & Chr$(10)
> 
> Loop
> 
> 
> 
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