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Store Simple Values in Files

This example shows how to save data out to a file and loading it back again.

For simple single values, you just save them out to a file.

To store an integer:

num: 123
save %num.r num

To store a string:

name: "Tom Smith"
save %name.r name

You can use any suffix for the file. We use .r here because the data is in REBOL format, but the suffix doesn’t matter.

Now, you use load to get back the values.

To load the integer:

num: load %num.r
print num

To load the string:

name: load %name.r
print name
Tom Smith
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