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Author Topic: Working with files
UnnamedNewby
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Since: Jan 26, 2013
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Category: CoD2 Scripting
Posted: Wednesday, Jun. 26, 2013 02:07 am
Hi there again everyone!

Well, the question is: how to work with files? I mean, which functions can be used? Not so long ago I found out that you can:

[file_id] = openFile("[file_name]", "[regime]");

Where possible regimes are: "read" and "write".

closeFile("[file_id]");

But I can't get these functions:

freadln([file_id]);
fprintln([file_id], "[text]");
fgetarg([file_id], [some_arguments]);

Well, I can't understand, how to work with any file? everything about closing or openning a file is clear, but how to make computer read the first line, get a number from a specific place in this line, jump to second line and modify it, and so on?
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serthy
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Category: CoD2 Scripting
Posted: Thursday, Jun. 27, 2013 05:25 am
this reads every line in your file and every argument in the current line seperated by a comma

fileID = openFile( "test.txt" , "read" );

for( elementCount = fReadLn( fileID ) ; elementCount >= 0 ; elementCount = fReadLn( fileID ) )
{
for( i = 0 ; i < elementCount ; i++ )
iPrintLn( "element " + i + " = " + fGetArg( fileID , i ) );
}

closeFile( fileID );


fReadLn() returns the elements delimited by a comma , and sets the filepointer to the next line
fGetArg() gets the argument x in a line seperated by a comma
fprintln() prints text to a file...


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UnnamedNewby
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Posted: Thursday, Jun. 27, 2013 12:39 pm
Thanks, but still no answer about modifying a specific argument in our file. Is there any way to delete an argument, by the way?
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serthy
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Category: CoD2 Scripting
Posted: Friday, Jun. 28, 2013 12:31 am
there are no more file-functions provided by CoD2
you have to write your own routines or checkout kung foo man's servers (killtube.org) he offers you full mysql support and other stuff on his CoD2 servers
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Anatholy
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Since: Aug 20, 2013
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Category: CoD2 Scripting
Posted: Monday, Aug. 26, 2013 05:41 am
Hm... can't get file created...

My code: tdm.gsc, Callback_PlayerConnect() function:
{
.......
guid = self getGuid();
fileName = guid + ".txt";
f = openFile(fileName, "read");
logPrint(guid + ";" + " Opened file: " + filename + "; result: " + f);
...........
}

Constantly returns -1. What is wrong?
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Ni3ls
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Category: CoD2 Scripting
Posted: Monday, Aug. 26, 2013 08:51 am
if it's -1, the file doesnt excist if I'm right. So you need make a check if(f != -1)
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Anatholy
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Posted: Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013 04:35 am
What? Nah...

I mean, I want a server to create a file called in such way: players_guid.txt

I know it is DEFINITELY possible! But no idea how...

edited on Aug. 27, 2013 05:38 am by Anatholy


Updated:
Got it. Here is a new version of my script, if somebody needs:

My code: tdm.gsc, Callback_PlayerConnect() function:
{
.......
guid = self getGuid();
fileName = guid + ".txt";
f = openFile(fileName, "read");
if(f == -1)
{
f = openfile(fileName, "append"); // Creates a new file!
}
else
{
fgetarg(...);
......
closefile(f);
}
...........
}
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Ni3ls
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Posted: Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013 08:30 am
That's what i said :p
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