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pmota (Programmer) (OP)
14 Jun 02 14:47

How can I read a delimited file in QARun Scripts?
What command can I use??

Paulo Mota
Darrylles (Programmer)
28 Jul 02 0:46

I used to work for Compuware (Uniface tech. support), and alongside QARun support.

You tried importing the file into Excel or Access?
The wizards allow many options.

Simple way to 'read' any file in Windows: click Start -> Run
 and then type EDIT and click OK.
 Use MS-DOS editor to find and display the script contents.

A simpler way is to find the file via Windows Explorer -> right click the file -> click 'Open With' -> choose Notepad.



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