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if all you need is to write to a file, simply use the FileStream object in the frameworks
(if it is then the title of your message is VERY misleading, if not, then my reply is useless Smile | :) )

the basics are to create a FileStream object reference

Dim MyFileStream as System.IO.FileStream

and then you need to create the file stream, by opening the file
if it is a new file (there isn't a file with the same name at the same directory)
you should create the file like so:

MyFileStream = IO.File.Open(MyFilePath, IO.FileMode.CreateNew)

if the file already exists, you would probably want to erase the data and rewrite it do:

FileStream = SystemIO.File.Open(MyFilePath, IO.FileMode.Truncate)

to check whether the file exists use:

If System.IO.File.Exists(MyFilePath) Then ...

if you want to be really smart about it, you can scan the file to see what segements of have been chaged and only write those parts (mostly usefull in large files)

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