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Hi,

I need to export calculated values to a file, which name will be created automaticly based on values of three scalar parameters.

I need format of writting as in attached "file1.txt" I can create this file when click on properities and write the name of the file directly - I can not write the name in parametric way.

I try to use the WRITEPRN command and it worked, but the format of written values is different as in attached "file2.txt".

After two hours spent in mathcad help I gave up. So can someone advise how to write a file with parametric name and which have the format as in file1.txt, please ? Thank you !

Regards,
Lubo

RE: export a file

Have a look at the following thread in the Mathcad Collaboratory

http://collab.mathsoft.com/read?114329,11e#114329

In particular, look at the Mathcad files named "CHALLENGE FOR JEAN" (13 Jul).

They use WRITEBIN to get round the problem.

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