Any valid file number
Data to read from file
Reads delimited data from a file into variables. This statement is used to read files that were created using the Write procedure, in which case the items are comma delimited with quotation marks around strings.
Data read by Input has usually been written using the Write procedure.
Use this statement with files that have been opened in Input or Binary mode only.
value is numeric and the
Input procedure encounters non-numeric data, an
InvalidCastException exception occurs.
The Input procedure strips off the quotation marks that it finds around strings.
After the Input procedure reads
value, it advances the file pointer to the
next unread variable or, if the file contains no additional delimited
data, to the end of the file.
If the end of the file is reached during the operation of the Input procedure, an error is generated.
The Input procedure assigns string or numeric
value without modification.
However, other types of data can be modified as shown in the
Value assigned to variable
Delimiting comma or blank line
“” (empty string)
Date and/or time
are case sensitive.
If the file c:\data.txt contains the following data:
"one", "two", "three" ...