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Re: Writing variables in strings (opened from text files)


To use the value of the variable w rather than the character w use

game1 = StringReplace[game,  " 3," :> (" " <> ToString[w] <> ",")];

Check your use of the variable names gametheory and gametheory1 versus the variable names game and game1


Bob Hanlon

---- "sebastian.cohen at gmail.com" <sebastian.cohen at gmail.com> wrote: 
> Hello everyone,
> 
> Can someone please help me with the following issue? I am importing a
> text file that I want to manipulate (replace some parts) and these
> parts shall be variables. Please help. I tried putting more commas for
> the variable but it didn't worked. I also tried with the ToString
> command with no luck. Thanks for any help !!
> 
> Here is a sample of what I want to do:
> 
> game = Import["c:\textfile.txt", "Text"];
> 
> w = 1500;
> 
> game1 = StringReplace[gametheory, (" 3,") :> (" w,")];
> game1 = StringReplace[gametheory1, (" 4,") :> (" w,")];
> game1 = StringReplace[gametheory1, (" 5,") :> (" w,")];
> game1 = StringReplace[gametheory1, (" 6,") :> (" w,")];
> 
> Export["c:\textfile.txt", game1, "Text"];
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Sebastian Cohen
> 



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