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1 WRITE

Writes the specified data as one record to an open file specified by a logical name. All qualifiers must precede all data item expressions. Format WRITE logical-name expression[,...] 2 Parameters logical-name Specifies the logical name assigned to the output file. Use the logical name assigned by the OPEN command. In interactive mode, specify the process-permanent files identified by the logical names SYS$INPUT, SYS$OUTPUT, SYS$ERROR, and SYS$COMMAND. (The OPEN command assigns a logical name to a file and places the name in the process logical name table.) expression[,...] Specifies data to be written as a single record to the output file. You can specify data items using character string expressions, which may be symbol names, character strings in quotation marks (" "), literal numeric values, or a lexical function. For more information on string expressions, see the OpenVMS User's Manual. You can specify a list of expressions separated by commas (,); the command interpreter concatenates the items into one record and writes the record to the output file. The maximum size of any record that can be written is less than 1024 bytes, and the value of any symbol that is specified as part of a record cannot exceed 255 characters. However, if you specify the /SYMBOL qualifier, the maximum record size is 2048 bytes and the value of a symbol can exceed 255 characters. 2 Qualifiers /ERROR /ERROR=label Transfers control on an I/O error to the location specified by label (in a command procedure). If no error routine is specified and an error occurs during the writing of the file, the current ON condition action is taken. The /ERROR qualifier overrides any ON condition action specified. If an error occurs and control passes successfully to the target label, the reserved global symbol $STATUS retains the error code. /SYMBOL Causes the expression to be interpreted and its expanded value placed in a 2048-byte (instead of a 1024-byte) buffer before the write operation is performed. If you specify multiple expressions, their values are concatenated and placed in the 2048-byte buffer. Use the /SYMBOL qualifier to write a very large record. Each expression specified must be a symbol. You cannot specify character string expressions (that is, strings in quotation marks) with the /SYMBOL qualifier. If you do not use the /SYMBOL qualifier, the entire command, including the expression or expressions, is placed in a 1024-byte buffer. /UPDATE Replaces the last record read with the record specified with the expression parameter. You must be able to read and write to a file to use the /UPDATE qualifier. Use the WRITE/UPDATE command only after a READ command. The WRITE/UPDATE command modifies the last record you have read. With sequential files, you must replace a record with another record of the same size when you use the WRITE/UPDATE command. 2 Examples 1.$ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "Beginning second phase of tests" The WRITE command writes a single line of text to the current output device. 2.$ OPEN/APPEND OUTPUT_FILE TRNTO::DBA1:[PGM]PLAN.DAT $ WRITE OUTPUT_FILE "BEGINNING PHASE 3" In this example, the OPEN/APPEND command opens the file PLAN.DAT at the remote node TRNTO and positions the pointer at the end of the file. The WRITE command writes a record to the end of the file PLAN.DAT. 3.$ OPEN/WRITE OUTPUT_FILE TESTFILE.DAT $ INQUIRE ID "Assign Test-id Number" $ WRITE/ERROR=WRITE_ERROR OUTPUT_FILE "Test-id is ",ID $ WRITE/ERROR=WRITE_ERROR OUTPUT_FILE "" $ ! $ WRITE_LOOP: . . . $ GOTO WRITE_LOOP $ END_LOOP: $ ! $ CLOSE OUTPUT_FILE $ PRINT TESTFILE.DAT $ EXIT $ ! $ WRITE_ERROR: $ WRITE SYS$OUTPUT "There was a WRITE error." $ CLOSE OUTPUT_FILE $ EXIT In this example, the OPEN command opens the file TESTFILE.DAT; the INQUIRE command requests an identification number to be assigned to a particular run of the procedure. The number entered is equated to the symbol ID. The WRITE commands write a text line concatenated with the symbol name ID and a blank line. The lines between the label WRITE_LOOP and END_LOOP process information and write additional data to the file. When the processing is finished, control is transferred to the label END_LOOP. The CLOSE and PRINT commands at this label close the output file and queue a copy of the file to the system printer. The label WRITE_ERROR is used as the target of the /ERROR qualifier to the WRITE command; if an error occurs when a record is being written, control is transferred to the label WRITE_ERROR. 4.$ OPEN/APPEND MYFILE [JONES]TESTING.DAT $ WRITE/SYMBOL MYFILE A,B,C This example assumes that the symbols A, B, and C have already been defined. The OPEN/APPEND command opens the file [JONES]TESTING.DAT and positions the pointer at the end of the file. The WRITE/SYMBOL command concatenates the values of the symbols A, B, and C and writes this data to a new record at the end of the file.

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