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Here's a short example of how to take a text file and print it out on the console:

#include <fstream.h> //use fstream for textfile input/output

char c1;
ifstream file1;
file1.open("foo.txt", ios::in);
cout << c1;

This may or may not include whitespace - I don't remeber.
I'm not sure if its considered good practice to add the ".h" to fstream but its the way I've always done it so there you go.

[edited by - Odoacer on January 24, 2004 9:36:23 PM]

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