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    how do i make it so if i use a file input and output so that is will save the .txt file were i wont and not were the compiled program is...

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    you can read and write to a file from any specific location regardless of where your exe is located.
    Last edited by The Brain; 07-09-2005 at 02:40 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Brain
    you can read an write to a file from any specific location regardless of where your exe is located.
    i know you can but how?
    i need the code specificly

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    If you provide a full path as the filename, the file will be saved to that path. If you provide a relative path, it will be saved relative to the current directory when you run your program.

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    Originally Posted by firefly

    i know you can but how?
    i need the code specificly
    I invite ye' to check out this recent thread on file i/o.
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    im srry but my reply was put in the wrong thred i was going too quickly

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