write_lines_enc

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Writes to a text file

This function is a drop-in replacement for writeLines() from disk files. It always expects text in the UTF-8 encoding, and by default writes in the UTF-8 encoding with Unix line separators.

Usage
write_lines_enc(text, path, file_encoding = "UTF-8", sep = "\n")
Arguments
text

A character vector

path

Path to the file

file_encoding

The encoding for the output file.

sep

character string. A string to be written to the connection after each line of text.

See Also

readr::write_lines() for a faster alternative.

Other file functions: read_lines_enc, transform_lines_enc

Aliases
  • write_lines_enc
Documentation reproduced from package enc, version 0.2.0, License: GPL-3

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