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[REBOL] Re: Converting lines of a file to variables

From: jelinem1::nationwide::com at: 15-Oct-2001 15:24

Read/lines won't do this AFAIK. You will have to loop through the lines of the file, one way or another. Here's one way: block-o-lines: read/lines %test.txt foreach line block-o-lines [ this-word: to-word line set this-word none print rejoin ["Word: '" this-word " set to NONE"] ] - Michael Jelinek mechtn <[mechtn--tkweb--net]> Sent by: [rebol-bounce--rebol--com] 10/15/01 12:54 PM Please respond to rebol-list T To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> cc: bcc: Subject: [REBOL] Can anyone tell me how I would make this program read each line from test.txt and make them a variable. For instance if test.txt had the following values on each line. o40_1955 o40_1996 o40_1997 o40_1998 How could I make the read/lines put that into a variable. Like just keep reading and making new variables till it hits the end of the file or 30 variables whichever comes first. Thanks guys for all your help! rebol [ Title: "Read lines from txt file" Author: "Koie Smith" Date: 15-Oct-2001 File: %koie1.r Purpose: { Read lines from a txt file and set them as variables. } ] print read/lines %/c/rebol/test.txt halt