# The diference between binary and text

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• 12-08-2006
wart101
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Originally Posted by CornedBee
What do you mean, where are they? They're algorithms. Their domain is computer science. They ought to be in your head. If they're not, get a book about algorithms.

Once you know which algorithms you need, you can then look for a C++ implementation. The best way to do that is search in your reference.

it depends what type of algorrithms we are talking about, an algorithm as far as i know is a set of rules for solving a problem, i need as many algorithms for file i/o that i can find, if the word algorithm has some other meaning in computer science then can you please explain that to me.
• 12-08-2006
CornedBee
That's exactly the definition for algorithm, but you don't look for "algorithms for file i/o". You define your problem first and then look for one or more algorithms that solve this particular problem.

If you want to learn more about algorithms in general, you could check the book thread or ask for recommendations. (I don't have any myself. I learned this stuff from my university textbooks, which are not available anywhere else.)
• 12-10-2006
wart101
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Originally Posted by CornedBee
That's exactly the definition for algorithm, but you don't look for "algorithms for file i/o". You define your problem first and then look for one or more algorithms that solve this particular problem.

If you want to learn more about algorithms in general, you could check the book thread or ask for recommendations. (I don't have any myself. I learned this stuff from my university textbooks, which are not available anywhere else.)

Ok, i think where on the same page now.
• 12-10-2006
wart101
http://www.cplusplus.com/src/

This is the stuff i need.

Question how the ........ do i use them? I'mn talknig about (master string)
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