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Luc Pattyn9-Jan-07 9:47
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Yes, you should create only one streamwriter, then have the loop, or whatever makes
up the file's content, then sw.Close().

And sw.Flush() is not doing anything useful here.
It is useful only when the content generation takes a long time, so you
want to force the sw to already send to file what it currently contains; it is
impled by a sw.Close(): when closing the sw, everything it still holds is flushed,
i.e. sent to the file.


If you are used to C (or some similar language), you can compare the StreamWriter you
are using to a regular file with functions fopen, fwrite, fclose (and optionally fflush).

Smile | :)

Luc Pattyn

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