EOF(filenumber)

Returns the value indicating if the end of a file has been reached (Boolean).


filenumberThe number of the file (Integer).

REMARKS
* The actual value returned is either 1 or 0 to specify True or False.
* This function should be used to test for the end of a file which has been opened for Random or Sequential input.
* Any files open for Output, this function will return True.
* This function should be used to avoid the error when you read past the end of a file.
* This function returns False, until the end of the file has been reached.
* This function returns True, when the end of the file has been reached.
* Any files opened for Random or Binary access, this function returns False until the last executed GET statement is unable to read an entire record.
* Any files opened for Binary access that use the Input() function will generate an error ?
* You can use the CLOSE statement to close a text file.
* You can use the OPEN statement to open a text file or csv file.
* You can use the PRINT statement to write display formatted data to a sequential file.
* You can use the WRITE statement to write data to a sequential file.
* You can use the LOF function when reading from Binary files with Input.
* You can use the LOC function when reading from Binary files with Input.
* The equivalent .NET function is Microsoft.VisualBasic.FileSystem.EOF
* For the Microsoft documentation refer to docs.microsoft.com

Do While Not EOF(1) 
   TextLine = LineInput(1)
   MsgBox(TextLine)
Loop

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