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    Question problem while using filestream in VC++ 2008

    It is my first project working on VS 2008(using VC++ MFC). I have worked using VC++ 6.0.

    On the same kind I've tried to use file streams(fstream, ifstream). And included <fstream.h> in header. Then it is coming error.

    Is thr any changes in this version than VC ++ 6.0.??

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    Re: problem while using filestream in VC++ 2008

    Have a look at this thread.
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    Thank u Victor,

    Bt I used #include <fstream> only. Still I am not able to declare ifstream. fstream etc..

    am using VISUAl STUDIO 2008 IDE for VC++(MFC)..

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    Re: problem while using filestream in VC++ 2008

    What is the error message?

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    Re: problem while using filestream in VC++ 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by arunkr6 View Post
    ... On the same kind I've tried to use file streams(fstream, ifstream). And included <fstream.h> in header. Then it is coming error.
    Quote Originally Posted by arunkr6 View Post
    ... Bt I used #include <fstream> only. Still I am not able to declare ifstream. fstream etc..
    <fstream.h> or <fstream> ?
    Victor Nijegorodov

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