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How to store in a text file

 



Karthik
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Nov 7, 2000, 1:10 AM

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How to store in a text file Can't Post

Hi all
I am getting a data from a text file and putting it in a .CGI file. if the user modifies the data of the text box contents and then if the user clicks the Submit button,the text contents in the text file should change. How to do this?
Plz let me know
thanks in advance
Karthik


sleuth
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Nov 7, 2000, 11:45 AM

Post #2 of 3 (135 views)
Re: How to store in a text file [In reply to] Can't Post

 
You'll have to read the data base again everytime they submit their information, or you could just destroy the data that's in the file and overwrite it with what is in the form fields everytime they hit submit. That make the most sense. If all of the information that is going to go into the data file is shown to them in the form, then why not overwrite the data base everytime. Then weather or not they changed the contents it won't matter because if they did it will change the data base, and if they didn't it will overwrite the data base with the same information. Ot overwrite a data base do this,

open(data, ">data.CGI");
print data "$form{'stuff'}";
close(data);

Sleuth


Karthik
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Nov 7, 2000, 6:44 PM

Post #3 of 3 (135 views)
Re: How to store in a text file [In reply to] Can't Post

Hi Sleuth
I'll Work out and see. Thanks for the info Sleuth
Karthik K

 
 


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