it's probably a simple question but i can't figure it out.
I have to write 3 different tables to 3 txt file with the command writefile.
What i want to do is to customize the file name with the date of the simulation, e.g. tab_x_11_08_17.
Below youl'll find the string i'm trying to make it work:
Tab_Dom.WriteFile(getcurrentDirectory+"\04 - Simulation data\Tab_Dom+giorno+mese+anno.txt")
the string is correct because i obtain the file but, of course, the name is: Tab_Dom+giorno+mese+anno.txt
Giorno, mese and anno are day,month and year in italian.
I've made three variables (even if it's useless):
and they're working too but i do not understand how to put it in the filename.
Thanks for the help.
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you can concatenate strings using +
var s : string
s := "a" + "b" + "c"
would mean that s = "abc"
So in your case, try defining giorno, mese and anno as you did and then concatenate your string like:
getcurrentDirectory+"\04 - Simulation data\Tab_Dom" + giorno + mese + anno + ".txt"
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