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    chr i need a comma

    i made a program to show all the chr code and meanings from 0 to 300. i found 2 command but none seem to work right when i save it to a text file and open in another editor.
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    you'll need to post code if you expect anyone to help you.

    chr codes don't GO to 300, only to 255

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    i dont know why i need to post code if all im asking for it the int to
    the (") chr like

    chr(147)

    but it dont work right. i use :
    Code:
    Private Sub Command1_Click()
    On Error Resume Next
    Dim i As Integer
        For i = 0 To 300
            Dim chrC As String
            chrC = i & " = " & Chr(i)
            List1.AddItem chrC
        Next i
    End Sub
    
    Private Sub List1_Click()
    Dim sI As Integer, sS As String
    sI = List1.ListIndex
    sS = Chr(sI)
        Text1.Text = sS
    End Sub
    to display them all. i get them all ok but i try to write acomma to a file and it dont work. i just want to know how to write a comman to a file . how can i do this?
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    ok i guess i didnt explain well. Im writeing to a file using another vb project. I want to write a ( " ) to the file.

    like
    Code:
    Dim C As String
    C = Chr(148)
    Print #OutFile, C & " " & Text1 & " " & C & ", "

    but when i use 148 it shows a little black block when i open in a text editor.
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    So can anyone tell me how to write a comma " to a text file?
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    thanks anyway i found out i was on the wronge font and it is 34 on font
    MS SANS SERIF
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    .... isn't a comma (,) not (")?
    "=quote
    ,=comma

    quote: chr(34)
    comma: chr(44)
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    dam i feel slow lol mixed up words dam me
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