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    Topic complex Text functions
    Function tappend()
    Short Opens a text file to append text
    Syntax TAPPEND(path : STRING [; mode : INTEGER]) : INTEGER
    Parameter path : path of a text file
    mode : 0 -> ANSI, 1 -> ASCII (default)
    Return 0, if opening failed, else handle of a text file
    See also:
    reset() rewrite()
    Description TAPPEND expects an existing text file. These is opened to write; new text is added at the end of the file. That is why TAPPEND is well suited for LOG files.

    In opposite to REWRITE no new file is created.

    Important: If TAPPEND failed, the corresponding file can exist nevertheless. It can be opened (by another process) allready.
    Thus you should always check TDB_LastError in case of an error.

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