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    Posted: 28 November 2013 at 7:59am
I want to link the content of an ASCII text file with a report control and vice versa. The report control is used in a GUI to visualize and manage the content of the text file (add new line, delete line, edit content of line.

The content of the text file looks like this:
Car;Speed;Weight
BMW;100;1600
Audi;120;1550

The report control should look like this:
Car   | Speed | Weight
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BMW | 100     | 1600
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Audi  | 120     | 1550

The GUI has for example 3 buttons to add / delete / edit a record. After changing a record, the text file should be updated accordingly.

Any suggestions how to implement this (vb code please)?

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Hi,

Sounds like you're wanting someone to do your homework for you here... lol

The Samples provided by Codejock show how to implement a ReportControl and how to add rows of data to it. As for loading the textfiles, do a google search as it's not that hard at all.
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