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How do I read a text file using an array with SilkTest?

How do I read a text file using an array with SilkTest?

Below is an example of how to read a text file into SilkTest using an array:

[ ] ARRAY[100] OF STRING DataValues //declare array
[ ] integer arraycounter = 0
[ ] integer counter = 0
[ ]
[-] testcase Test1 () appstate none
[ ] String FullPath = "C:\HostData.txt" //read in Text file
[ ] ReadFile(FullPath)
[-] for (counter = 1; counter
[ ] print(DataValues[counter])


[ ] //READ FILE
[-] ReadFile(String FilePath)
[ ] String LineRead
[ ] HFILE FileHandle = FileOpen (FilePath, FM_READ) //Opens txt file
[ ] print("The File being read is- {FilePath}")
[-] while(FileReadLine(FileHandle, LineRead)) //Returns the next line of the txt file
[ ] arraycounter++
[ ] DataValues[arraycounter] = LineRead
[ ] FileClose (FileHandle)



Running testcase Test1 will return the data from txt file C:\HostData.txt, as shown below:-
[-] Testcase Test1 - Passed
[ ] The File being read is- C:\HostData.txt
[ ] value1
[ ] value2
[ ] value3
[ ] value4
[ ] value5

HostData.txt
Array.t
Old KB# 29870

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