Array to .txt file

This is a discussion on Array to .txt file within the C# Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I have an array like this. ReadLines is the array[]: Code: array<System::String^>^ ReadLines = gcnew array<System::String^> ( textBox2->Lines->Length ); ReadLines ...

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    Array to .txt file

    I have an array like this. ReadLines is the array[]:

    Code:
    array<System::String^>^ ReadLines =  gcnew array<System::String^> ( textBox2->Lines->Length ); 
    ReadLines = textBox2->Lines;
    
    System::String ^ Name1 = textBox3->Text;
    
    StreamWriter File = gcnew FileStream("C:\\file5.txt", FileMode::Append);
    I have managed to create a file(file5.txt) under c:\\

    What I want to do now is to put all the content from the array into a this .txt file under c:\\ .
    Also instead for the name file5.txt, I want this name to be what is written in textBox2.
    Last edited by Coding; 02-14-2008 at 04:46 PM.

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    well, even though this doesn't look like c#...
    Code:
    string fileName = "C:\\" + textBox3.text + ".txt";
    
    StreamWriter myFile = new FileStream(fileName);
    That should solve the filename.

    Then:

    Code:
    for(int i = 0; i < myArray.Length;i++)
    {
    myFile.WriteLine(myArray[i]);
    }
    myFile.Close();
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    Yes I should be in the C++. Thank you. That did solve. So the finished code look like this:

    Code:
    array<System::String^>^ ReadLines =  gcnew array<System::String^> ( textBox2->Lines->Length ); 
    			
    ReadLines = textBox2->Lines;
    
    System::String ^ Name1 = textBox3->Text;
    System::String ^ Name2 = ReadLines[0];
    			
    			
    String^ path = "c:\\" + textBox3->Text + ".txt";
    		
    
    StreamWriter File = gcnew FileStream(path, FileMode::Append);
    
    
    	for(int count = 0; count < textBox2->Lines->Length; count++)
    	{
    		File.WriteLine(ReadLines[count]);
    	}

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