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    New to C++ - regarding files...

    I've just started learning C++ recently and was wondering if it has an equivelent of the C commands - fseek, fread, fwrite?



    Or can I use these commands and still consider it to be C++?

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    look at the fstream objects. they wrap up most of that stuff

    ifstream = input file
    ofstream = output file
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    You can still use those functions as well. Just include cstdio and use namespace std.

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    if u use the c++ way u need to #include <fstream>
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    fstream::read()
    fstream::seekg()
    fstream::tellg()

    You get the idea.

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