C++ Working with Files – fstream I/O library
Learn how to easily use the fstream library with the help of expert. Handle file operations without any problems!
Time Required: 3 hour
Downloadable Resources: 14
Access: Life Time
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Certificate of Completion
You should be familiar with basics of C++ like variables, pointers, functions, structures, loops, arithmetic / bitwise / relational / logical operators
You should have an installed IDE for example CODE::Blocks / Dev C++ / Visual C++
What you will learn
how to operate on input and output streams
how to open and close files and how to handle errors connected to that operations
states of file opening
stream’s error flags
how to check size of opened file?
what are binary files and how to compare them
how to extract and save content of file
how to create mini database that allows you to:
add, show, search, remove, load, save people
many functions that supports working with files
This course is meant for beginners who already have some basic knowledge of C++. You should be familiar with variables, pointers, functions, structures, loops, arithmetic / bitwise / relational / logical operators. If you know these terms, you can continue your C++ adventure with this course; otherwise you may consider catch up on the basics first.
This course is probably not for you if you do not have any experience with C++ language