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    //: C02:Seeking.cpp
    // Seeking in iostreams
    #include "require.h"
    #include <iostream>
    #include <fstream>
    using namespace std;

    int main(int argc, char* argv[])
    {
    requireArgs(argc, 1);
    ifstream in(argv[1]);
    assure(in, argv[1]); // File must already exist
    in.seekg(0, ios::end); // End of file
    streampos sp = in.tellg(); // Size of file
    cout << "file size = " << sp << endl;
    in.seekg(-sp/10, ios::end);
    streampos sp2 = in.tellg();
    in.seekg(0, ios::beg); // Start of file
    cout << in.rdbuf(); // Print whole file
    in.seekg(sp2); // Move to streampos
    // Prints the last 1/10th of the file:
    cout << endl << endl << in.rdbuf() << endl;
    } ///:~


    for the program abobve in VC++ 6 compiler

    i get the forlloiwng output

    Must use 1 argumentsPress any key to continue

    and i dont have a clue how to proceeed

    any tips ???

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    sorry sorted it out

    compiled it with g++ under cygwin with 1 argument of course

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    next time, post your code within code tags
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