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how do i save out a array in c the array is like theis Map_Array[200][10]; i can get it to print to a txt file but i want to be able to load and save it in a game. thanks

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How you read it in from the text file depends on how you wrote it out. Please show some code.

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this is the code i used and i need some how to save this out to a binary file format.

write error code


int Write_Error(char *string, ...)


{
// this function prints out the error string to the error file

char buffer[80]; // working buffer

va_list arglist; // variable argument list

// make sure both the error file and string are valid
if (!string || !fp_error)
return(0);

// print out the string using the variable number of arguments on stack
va_start(arglist,string);
vsprintf(buffer,string,arglist);
va_end(arglist);

// write string to file
fprintf(fp_error,buffer);

// return success
return(1);
} // end Write_Error






// code to save it to txt file


Open_Error_File("Array.txt");

for (int Map0=0;Map0<200;Map0++)

{
Write_Error("\n ");




for (int Map1=0;Map1<10 ;Map1++)

{
int array = Map_Array[Map0][Map1];
sprintf(buffer,"test = [%d] ", array);
Write_Error("(%d ):",array);



}


}


Close_Error_File();

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