Writing Strings in files from Robot (with Write command) adds by default " (quotes) to the string...
Writing a number is ok - only the number is present in the file.
Is there a way to write strings in files and get rid of the extra quotes without processing the file after Write command is called?
Try to use "print" function. It works for me. Open the file in "Output" mode.
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The Print command is working fine but each time I use it the string is written in a newline.
How to append in the existing line till I add the newline character.
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To do what you need, you should append to a variable until you are ready to call Print.
But some times I may not Print the whole value in one go.
I want to keep appending the string with the existing string.
Then you might have to read in the file line by line (Line Input#), check for eof, then print back to a temp file and when you get to the last line, print back + the new part...