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Language: C++
Expertise: Intermediate
Jan 3, 2002

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Reading Binary Data from an ifstream


To read a binary value from an input file stream (ifstream) object, use the read() member function. read() takes two parameters: char * and long, which hold the address of the buffer to which the value is written and its size, respectively. The following code snippet retrieves an int from a file and copies it to m:
 
int m;
ifstream results("numbers.dat");
results.read(reinterpret_cast < char * > (&m), sizeof(m));

read() returns a reference to ifstream so you retrieve multiple values as follows:
 
results.read(&c, sizeof(c)).read(&d, sizeof(d));
Danny Kalev
 
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