File Out DAT
When the File Out DAT has 0 inputs, it can be triggered to send text by using the
If 'Append' is off, a new file is written every time, if 'Append' is on, the file is appended to, and the file handle remains open. In either case 'Rewrite' needs to be on, if not, current file is closed.
/file - The path and name of the file to be written.
/n - Using $N in the filename (in the File parameter) in conjuction with the N parameter here gives a method of incrementing file names. The N parameter must manually be incremented each time. Exporting a Count CHOP which increments each time you want to save out a new file is an easy way to do this.
/rewrite - When set to 1 the file is written out once. It must be reset to 0 before the file will be written again.
Append (txt only)
/append- appends the text into the file instead of overwriting the file contents completely.