[100% off] C++ Working with Files – fstream I/O library
5 Aug , 2020
If you want to learn how to work with files in C++ language usingthe fstream (file stream) library then you are in the right place!
You do not need to know anything about operating on files, but it’s good idea to know the basics of C++ language.
After this course you will know:
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 the size of an opened file,
what binary files are and how to compare them,
how to extract and save the content of a file,
how to create a mini database that allows you to add, show, search, remove, load, and save,
many functions about working on files
This course consists of over 2 hours of great content. Before buying, please watch free videos so that you will see for yourself if you like the way I teach.
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Who this course is for:
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
You should be familiar with basics of C++ like variables, pointers, functions, structures, loops, arithemtic / bitwise / relational / logical operators
You should have an installed IDE for example CODE::Blocks / Dev C++ / Visual C++