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1. Text link: CStdioFile Class | Microsoft Docs

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Link: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/mfc/reference/cstdiofile-class

Description: The default constructor does not attach a file to the CStdioFile object. When using this constructor, you must use the CStdioFile::Open method to open a file and attach it to the CStdioFile object. The single-parameter constructor attaches an open file stream to the CStdioFile object.

2. Text link: CFile Class | Microsoft Docs

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Description: The default constructor initializes members but doesn't attach a file to the CFile object. After using this constructor, use the CFile::Open method to open a file and attach it to the CFile object.. The constructor with one parameter initializes members and attaches an existing file to the CFile object.. The constructor with two parameters initializes members and tries to open the specified file.

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4. Text link: WriteString( ) MFC Function - social.msdn.microsoft.com

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Description: In my app I'm using the CStdioFile::WriteString( ) function. The string being passed into this function for printing into the log file, does have the entire SQL statement. But when the WriteString( ) function writes it into the log, the SQL statement is truncated at the first non-English character.

5. Text link: [Solved] CFile vs. CStdioFile parsing CSV files - CodeProject

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Link: https://www.codeproject.com/questions/302052/cfile-vs-cstdiofile-parsing-csv-files

Description: How do I use CStdioFile? I read MSDN and it is kindof vague, I would like to convert from CFile to CStdioFile so I can use the CStdioFile::ReadString member. Do I read the file line by line into a buffer until the buffer holds the whole file or do I read one line into the buffer then parse? Below is working with about 85% efficiently along with ...

6. Text link: How to read entire file with CStdioFile::ReadString - C++ ...

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Description: msdn: [Returns] FALSE if end-of-file was reached without reading any data. I interptret this that as long as there is a string to read (empty or not) it will return TRUE, but when after last line is read it will return FALSE.

7. Text link: Store cstrings to a txt file - social.msdn.microsoft.com

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Description: For the WriteFile function I think that you must write both a carriage return character and a newline character, as in "\r\n". For the CStdioFile::WriteString function we use just a carriage return ("\n") character and the function converts it to "\r\n". I suggest not using CreateFile and WriteFile. Use CStdioFile and WriteString instead.

8. Text link: CStdioFile-derived class for multibyte and Unicode reading ...

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Description: Download demo project - 21.7 KB; Download source files - 18.4 KB; Introduction. This is a class derived from CStdioFile which transparently handles the reading and writing of Unicode text files as well as ordinary multibyte text files.. The code compiles as both multibyte and Unicode.

9. Text link: How to open file in text mode in MFC using CFile

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Description: Use CStdioFile along with CFile::modeText option. If you see the declaration of modeText, it has comment that it is specific to CStdioFile. MSDN also states so. My latest article: Explicating the new C++ standard (C++0x) Do rate the posts you find useful. August 22nd, 2005, 10:46 AM #3.

10. Text link: strstr - C++ Reference

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Description: Returns a pointer to the first occurrence of str2 in str1, or a null pointer if str2 is not part of str1. The matching process does not include the terminating null-characters, but it stops there. Parameters

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