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Here’s the sample code we’ll be using:
// Assuming you have a textbox named textBox1 on your form
// Specify the path and filename of the new text file
string filePath = @”C:ExampleNewFile.txt”;
// Get the text from the textbox
string textToWrite = textBox1.Text;
// Create the file if it doesn’t exist, or overwrite it if it does
using (StreamWriter writer = new StreamWriter(filePath, false))
// Write the text to the file
This code creates a StreamWriter object that writes to the file specified by filePath. The false parameter in the StreamWriter constructor specifies that the file should be overwritten if it already exists, rather than appended to. The using statement ensures that the StreamWriter object is properly disposed of after use.
If you’re new to file handling in C#, be sure to check out the previous videos in this series to get up to speed. And as always, if you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them in the comments section below!
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