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Visual Basic 6.0 Write to a text file

Visual Basic 6.0 Write to a text file

Visual Basic 6.0 Write to a text file

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Dear All,
I would like to know to write data from a group of .csv files to a newly created  .csv file.  Any ideas?

This is my code so far
Dim streets As Integer
    Dim blpus As Integer
    Dim addresses As Integer
    Dim paonaddress As Integer
    Dim saonaddress As Integer
    Dim newfile As Integer
    Dim addressdata() As String
    Dim a As Integer
        
    MyHeaderrecord.NameofFile = sourcefilename
    Unit = FreeFile()
      
    Open sourcefilename For Input As #Unit
    streets = FreeFile()
    Open "c:\temp_streets.csv" For Output As #streets
    
    blpus = FreeFile()
    Open "c:\temp_blpus.csv" For Output As #blpus
    
    paonaddress = FreeFile()
    Open "c:\temp_paon.csv" For Output As #paonaddress
    
    saonaddress = FreeFile()
    Open "c:\temp_saon.csv" For Output As #saonaddress
    
    Do
        Line Input #Unit, RecordData
         
        Select Case Mid(RecordData, 1, 2)
         
            Case "10"
                header = RecordData
           
            Case "11"
                Print #streets, RecordData
           
          '  Case "21"
          '      Print #blpus, RecordData
          '  Case 24
          '      addressdata = Split(RecordData, ",")
              
          '      If addressdata(6) = """""" Then
          '          Print #paonaddress, RecordData
          '      Else
          '          Print #saonaddress, RecordData
          '      End If
            
            Case 99
                trailer = RecordData
        
            Case Default
           
        
        End Select
    Loop Until EOF(Unit)
    
    Close #streets
    Close #blpus
    Close #paonaddress
    Close #saonaddress
    
    newfile = FreeFile()
    Open ("c:\pete_new_file.csv") For Output As #newfile
   
  **** I am stuck here ****    


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