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(TCO 6) Which line will properly create the object for VBScript File I/O?

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    1. (TCO 6) Which line will properly create the object for VBScript File I/O?
    2. (TCO 6) To test to see if a file exists before you overwrite it in VBScript, use the following command (assuming fso is a Scripting.FileSystemObject) _____.
    3. (TCO 6) To move the file C:\Data\CustData.txt to C:\BackUp\CustData.txt in VBScript, use the following command (assuming fso is a Scripting.FileSystemObject) _____.
    4. (TCO 6) To test to see if a file is not Read Only, use the following VBScript code _____.
    5. (TCO 6) The following command opens a text file in VBScript.
                                      Set file = fso.OpenTextFile(“C:\Data\CustData.txt”, ?, ??, ???)
                      To open a file for appending, the value of ? must be _____.
  • (TCO 6) The following command opens a text file in VBScript.
                                    Set file = fso.OpenTextFile(“C:\Data\CustData.txt”, ?, ??, ???)
    To create a new file if it doesn’t exist, the value of ?? must be _____.
  1. (TCO 6) The following command opens a text file in VBScript.
                    Set file = fso.OpenTextFile(“C:\Data\CustData.txt”, ?, ??, ???)
                    To read data from this file, which condition will test to make we are not at the end of the line of text?
  2. (TCO 6) In VBScript, to read the contents of an entire text file into a string variable called fileStr, use the following method (assuming fileObj is a file object created with CreateTextFile( ) or OpenTextFile) _____.
  3. (TCO 6) In VBScript, to bypass reading the next four characters in a text file, use the following method (assuming fileObj is a file object created with OpenTextFile) _____.
  4. (TCO 6) In VBScript, to bypass reading the next line of text terminated by a newline (CR/LF), use the following method (assuming fileObj is a file object created with OpenTextFile) _____.

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