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Old April 30th, 2006, 08:41 AM
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Hi,
I want to write a Tab-delimited text file . I will get input from dataset , which will have five columns .How to add tabs space between the columns .
If my field length is varying I don't know there length
then how to give proper structure to the file .

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Vikram

 
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This would be done through iteration—nested iteration.
Pseudo-code follows:
Code:
    Open a file to receive the output.
    Set an int to columns.count, say "iCols"
    For each row of the data
        iCol = 0
        for each column

            ' I am differentiating here between WriteLine, and Write.
            ' WriteLine writes the argument, then a "new line" set of char.s.

            iCol += 1

            If iCol = iCols then
                WriteLine CurColumn's_data
                ' For text data you might want to
              ' WriteLine """" & CurColumn's_data & """"
                ' in both parts of the If.
            Else
                Write CurColumn's_data & vbTab
            End If

        Next Column

    Next Row
    Essentiall, you just "roll your own."





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