Writer.frink

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// Opens a file for writing and returns a Java FileWriter object which
// can be used to write to the file.  You may also wish to wrap the
// FileWriter in a BufferedWriter, or open a different kind of writer,
// like a PrintWriter, etc.
openForWrite[path, append=false] :=
{
   writer = newJava["java.io.FileWriter", [path, append]]
   return writer
}

// Sample use of the writer:
/* w = openForWrite["dummyout.txt"]
w.write["This is nice.\n"]
x = 2.223432432432432
w.write[format[x,1,4] + "\n"]   // Force output to a string
                                // with 4 dec places
w.write["$x"]                 // Also forces to a string.
w.close[]  */


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This is a program written in the programming language Frink.
For more information, view the Frink Documentation or see More Sample Frink Programs.

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