filenumis the number under which the file was opened for output.
list of expressionsis a list of string and/or numeric expressions separated by commas or semicolons.
The WRITE# and PRINT# statements differ in that WRITE# inserts commas between the items as they are written and delimits strings with quotation marks, making explicit delimiters in the list unnecessary. Another difference is that WRITE# does not put a blank in front of a positive number. After the last item in the list is written, a carriage return/line feed sequence is inserted.
Let A$ = "CAMERA" and B$ = "93604-1". The following statement:
WRITE#1, A$, B$
writes the following image to disk:
A subsequent INPUT$ statement, such as the following, would input "CAMERA" to A$ and "93604-1" to B$:
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