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How can i write to a text file every time start from the next line, for example say i have a text file "test.txt" and i have an iterative code that prints say "hello" what i want is hello to be print on next line every time like this


so far i have used
fid = fopen((ta), 'a');
Loop{ fprintf(fid,'%s\n',word); }
any help is warmly appreciated.
Posted 11-Oct-12 23:50pm

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Solution 1

In my opinion your loop never ends... Why? Read more about loops:[^]

If you would like to write the data at the end of existing file, read this:[^]
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 12-Oct-12 14:30pm
He-he, right, a 5. I'm just feel awkward to recommend anything in particular. With this level, I cannot be sure the whole thing makes sense.
Maciej Los at 12-Oct-12 14:34pm
;) Yes, it's true ;)
Thank you, Sergey.

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