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Language: C++
Expertise: Intermediate
Jul 31, 2001

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Repositioning a std::fstream Pointer


Just like the fseek() function of <stdio.h>, <fstream> classes enable you to position the stream's pointer at an arbitrary location by calling the seekg() member function. For example, you can position it at the file's beginning after you have read from it:
 
#include <fstream>

char c,d;
std::ifstream mystream(
Danny Kalev
 
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