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Hugh Gibson <email@example.com> on 06/29/2000 12:52:57 PM
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Subject: XForms: fselector question
I don't think I'm getting your gist...
>1/ Simple question using the File selector (fselector) 'goodie'
>The demo and manual show how one can select a file (read)
>and indeed this works very well.
>However, I have an application where I want to save a file,
>with the name given in the text window.
Do you mean a file which does not yet exist, which you want to create?
>The only way I have managed to get anything like this is to create a
>special 'save' button, but I have to specify a fixed file-name, as
t>here seems no way to 'hook-out' the text from the fselector filename
>box from the fselector data structure.
> Any help would be appreciated.
Sounds heavy handed.
All I do is get the string form the fselector and do an fopen on it for writing
(after checking to see if it is != NULL)
Am I missing something?
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