|fname||The name of the file to write to.|
This function opens the text file with the indicated filename
for writing only (if the file does not exist, it is
created), returning the unique id of the file that which
should be stored in a variable as it will be used for all further
actions to do with that file. Note that if the file can't be
created (because of an illegal filename, for example) the function
will return -1.
NOTE: You can only have a maximum of 32 files open at any one time. You should also always close files when finished as this writes the information and frees the memory associated with the file.
WARNING! This function may not work as you expect due to GameMaker: Studio being sandboxed! Please see the section on File System Limits for more information.
file = file_text_open_write(working_directory + "\level.txt");
The above code will open the file "level.txt" for writing and then write the string stored in the variable "level_data" before finally closing the file again.