VB question

Discussion in 'Politics' started by vladiator, Feb 7, 2003.

  1. Hey programmers out there. I have a quick question. When you write text strings to a file in a VB program, how can I get rid of the quotation marks in the output?
    Thanks a bunch.
    PS I did it once before but back then the strings were taken from a spread sheet (tickers) and now they are made within the code by concatenation etc.
  2. OHLC


    Use Print# instead of Write#.
    Verify access mode.

    Strange question from someone used to SAS :)

  3. Thanks OHLC! Worked like a dream. I did figure out a different way, but it was far less efficient.

    My knowledge of VB is a bit spotty, to put it mildly. (Print wasn't in my little VBA manual :D.)
    Thanks again.