FileInfo.AppendText Método

Definição

Cria um StreamWriter que acrescenta o texto ao arquivo representado por essa instância do FileInfo.Creates a StreamWriter that appends text to the file represented by this instance of the FileInfo.

public:
 System::IO::StreamWriter ^ AppendText();
public System.IO.StreamWriter AppendText ();
member this.AppendText : unit -> System.IO.StreamWriter
Public Function AppendText () As StreamWriter

Retornos

StreamWriter

Um novo StreamWriter.A new StreamWriter.

Exemplos

O exemplo a seguir anexa o texto a um arquivo e lê o arquivo.The following example appends text to a file and reads from the file.

using namespace System;
using namespace System::IO;

int main()
{
   FileInfo^ fi = gcnew FileInfo( "c:\\MyTest.txt" );
   
   // This text is added only once to the file.
   if (  !fi->Exists )
   {
      //Create a file to write to.
      StreamWriter^ sw = fi->CreateText();
      try
      {
         sw->WriteLine( "Hello" );
         sw->WriteLine( "And" );
         sw->WriteLine( "Welcome" );
      }
      finally
      {
         if ( sw )
            delete (IDisposable^)sw;
      }
   }
   
   // This text will always be added, making the file longer over time
   // if it is not deleted.
   StreamWriter^ sw = fi->AppendText();
   try
   {
      sw->WriteLine( "This" );
      sw->WriteLine( "is Extra" );
      sw->WriteLine( "Text" );
   }
   finally
   {
      if ( sw )
         delete (IDisposable^)sw;
   }
   
   //Open the file to read from.
   StreamReader^ sr = fi->OpenText();
   try
   {
      String^ s = "";
      while ( s = sr->ReadLine() )
      {
         Console::WriteLine( s );
      }
   }
   finally
   {
      if ( sr )
         delete (IDisposable^)sr;
   }
}
//This code produces output similar to the following; 
//results may vary based on the computer/file structure/etc.:
//
//Hello
//And
//Welcome
//This
//is Extra
//Text
//
//When you run this application a second time, you will see the following output:
//
//Hello
//And
//Welcome
//This
//is Extra
//Text
//This
//is Extra
//Text
using System;
using System.IO;

class Test
{
    
    public static void Main()
    {
        FileInfo fi = new FileInfo(@"c:\MyTest.txt");

        // This text is added only once to the file.
        if (!fi.Exists)
        {
            //Create a file to write to.
            using (StreamWriter sw = fi.CreateText())
            {
                sw.WriteLine("Hello");
                sw.WriteLine("And");
                sw.WriteLine("Welcome");
            }	
        }

        // This text will always be added, making the file longer over time
        // if it is not deleted.
        using (StreamWriter sw = fi.AppendText())
        {
            sw.WriteLine("This");
            sw.WriteLine("is Extra");
            sw.WriteLine("Text");
        }	

        //Open the file to read from.
        using (StreamReader sr = fi.OpenText())
        {
            string s = "";
            while ((s = sr.ReadLine()) != null)
            {
                Console.WriteLine(s);
            }
        }
    }
}
//This code produces output similar to the following;
//results may vary based on the computer/file structure/etc.:
//
//Hello
//And
//Welcome
//This
//is Extra
//Text

//When you run this application a second time, you will see the following output:
//
//Hello
//And
//Welcome
//This
//is Extra
//Text
//This
//is Extra
//Text

Imports System.IO

Public Class Test

    Public Shared Sub Main()
        Dim fi As FileInfo = New FileInfo("c:\temp\MyTest.txt")
        Dim sw As StreamWriter

        ' This text is added only once to the file.
        If fi.Exists = False Then
            'Create a file to write to.
            sw = fi.CreateText()
            sw.WriteLine("Hello")
            sw.WriteLine("And")
            sw.WriteLine("Welcome")
            sw.Flush()
            sw.Close()
        End If

        ' This text will always be added, making the file longer over time
        ' if it is not deleted.
        sw = fi.AppendText()

        sw.WriteLine("This")
        sw.WriteLine("is Extra")
        sw.WriteLine("Text")
        sw.Flush()
        sw.Close()

        'Open the file to read from.
        Dim sr As StreamReader = fi.OpenText()
        Dim s As String
        Do While sr.Peek() >= 0
            s = sr.ReadLine()
            Console.WriteLine(s)
        Loop
        sr.Close()
    End Sub
End Class
'This code produces output similar to the following; 
'results may vary based on the computer/file structure/etc.:
'
'Hello
'And
'Welcome
'This
'is Extra
'Text

'When you run this application a second time, you will see the following output:
'
'Hello
'And
'Welcome
'This
'is Extra
'Text
'This
'is Extra
'Text

O exemplo a seguir demonstra a anexação de texto ao final de um arquivo e também exibe o resultado da operação de acréscimo ao console.The following example demonstrates appending text to the end of a file and also displays the result of the append operation to the console. Na primeira vez que essa rotina for chamada, o arquivo será criado se ele não existir.The first time this routine is called, the file is created if it does not exist. Depois disso, o texto especificado é anexado ao arquivo.After that, the specified text is appended to the file.

using namespace System;
using namespace System::IO;
int main()
{

   FileInfo^ fi = gcnew FileInfo( "temp.txt" );

   // Create a writer, ready to add entries to the file.
   StreamWriter^ sw = fi->AppendText();
   sw->WriteLine( "Add as many lines as you like..." );
   sw->WriteLine( "Add another line to the output..." );
   sw->Flush();
   sw->Close();

   // Get the information out of the file and display it.
   // Remember that the file might have other lines if it already existed.
   StreamReader^ sr = gcnew StreamReader( fi->OpenRead() );
   while ( sr->Peek() != -1 )
      Console::WriteLine( sr->ReadLine() );
//This code produces output similar to the following;
//results may vary based on the computer/file structure/etc.:
//Add as many lines as you like...
//Add another line to the output...

}

using System;
using System.IO;

public class AppendTextTest
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        FileInfo fi = new FileInfo("temp.txt");
        // Create a writer, ready to add entries to the file.
        StreamWriter sw = fi.AppendText();
        sw.WriteLine("Add as many lines as you like...");
        sw.WriteLine("Add another line to the output...");
        sw.Flush();
        sw.Close();
        // Get the information out of the file and display it.
        // Remember that the file might have other lines if it already existed.
        StreamReader sr = new StreamReader(fi.OpenRead());
        while (sr.Peek() != -1)
            Console.WriteLine( sr.ReadLine() );
    }
}
//This code produces output similar to the following;
//results may vary based on the computer/file structure/etc.:
//Add as many lines as you like...
//Add another line to the output...
Imports System.IO

Public Class AppendTextTest
    Public Shared Sub Main()
        Dim fi As New FileInfo("temp.txt")
        Dim sw As StreamWriter = fi.AppendText()
        sw.WriteLine("Add as many lines as you like...")
        sw.WriteLine("Add another line to the output...")
        sw.Flush()
        sw.Close()
        Dim sr As New StreamReader(fi.OpenRead())
        ' Get the information out of the file and display it.
        ' Remember that the file might have other lines if it already existed.
        While sr.Peek() <> -1
            Console.WriteLine(sr.ReadLine())
        End While
    End Sub
End Class
'This code produces output similar to the following;
'results may vary based on the computer/file structure/etc.:
'Add as many lines as you like...
'Add another line to the output...

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