below is the script which reads all the lines of text file, and echo.

Code: VB
Option Explicit
Dim objFSO, strTextFile, strData, strLine, arrLines
CONST ForReading = 1
'name of the text file
strTextFile = "INFORMATION_DATA_INFO1.csv"
'Create a File System Object
Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
'Open the text file - strData now contains the whole file
strData = objFSO.OpenTextFile(strTextFile,ForReading).ReadAll
'Split the text file into lines
arrLines = Split(strData,vbCrLf)
'Step through the lines
For Each strLine in arrLines
wscript.echo strLine
Set objFSO = Nothing

Plese please please,
can anybody modify the above script, to read user define no of rows, and copy that row into new text file with same name as source file on same location where source file is present
i m using following syntex to run the above mention script from command line (windows),
cscript "file location\script.vbs" (Above script)
which is working perfectly fine,
But what i want is, with above syntex now i will enter No.of raw which i wants to read, and please dont make this script hard code i.e i have to change name of source.file in to the script. which also i want user will pass with .vbs script, so the final syntex that i will enter in command line (windows)is as follows;
cscript "Script_location\Script.vbs" "File_location\File_Name.txt" "Row_count"
"Script_location\Script.vbs" = Our script.vbs location
"File_location\File_Name.txt" = source file which user wants to read
"Row_Count" = No of row of source.txt which user wants to read

After running above line in command line the new text file which is created by the script which contain only user specified no. of rows on the same loacation where source file is present.
ya and 1 last thing is, while running above script it should not give any popup on screen, new script should do its work quitly.
Please i want this thing urgently, as i m new with vbscripting and i m not able to write vbscript on my own, need help please.......

Last edited by SaswatPadhi; 16Apr2010 at 11:11.. Reason: Missing CODE tag