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This is possible by opening the file at some later time. Since the file name is just an array of characters, our programs can be more versatile by reading the desired file names from either the user or from some other external file. Paragraphs The first paragraph is flush left and not indented. The other is to explicitly open the file, by calling function open through a file stream object, passing in the file name. The fstream library has no idea what files are to be used, or the directory from which they belong. If your appendices use information from an outside source, cite it parenthetically within the text of the appendix and include the reference in the main references list for the paper do not create a separate references list. Now it is time to extend what we learned and see how it applies when we read from or write to external files. The first appendix referred to in the paper would be named Appendix A The second appendix referred to in the paper would be named Appendix B If you have more than 26 appendices, start the alphabet over with AA, BB, CC, and so on. If your appendices include tables or figures, treat them as they would be treated in the main text. And, when both reading from and writing to files, we define objects of type fstream.
By including this library, we gain access to all of the necessary operations to perform input and output for standard in, standard output, standard error as well as for external files.
There are two ways to close a file.
There are times when we want to reuse our file stream objects and attach them to a different files. The second and following paragraphs are indented as "normal" paragraphs are.
Paragraphs The first paragraph is flush left and not indented.
Before we use any file stream object for input or output, we should make sure that we have successfully been able to attach it to the requested file. Attaching File Stream Objects to External Files To read or write external files, we must attach our file stream objects to specific external files.
Files are automatically closed when we reach the end of the lifetime of our file stream objects. We can use the fstream library in exactly the same manner as we use the iostream library.
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