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vrf To File pointer

Question asked by les_hammer on Jun 3, 2008
> You can do like this,
> 1.   Read from the file
> 2.   Replace the line
> 3.   Write to the file by overwrite the original file

You might want to write to File2, then delete the original and rename File2 -- just in case something goes wrong during the write process.
 
~~Les

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