James Edward Gray II said:
> On Oct 12, 2004, at 2:45 PM, STEPHEN BECKER I V wrote:
>
>> f="z:\t.txt"
>> loc = File.open(f, "w+")
>> loc.puts((i+65).chr,' ',a[i]) if a[i]>0
>>
>>
>> Nevermind what it is writing, How do i keep the (i+65).chr and a[i] on
>> the same line in the file?
>
> Use print() instead of puts() and insert \n characters as needed.

Alternatively, continue to use puts() and use string variable
interpolation instead of separate parameters. In other words:

  loc.puts("#{(i+65).chr} #{a[i]}") if a[i]>0

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