Re: Reading two files consequitively

"Tom Serface" <>
Wed, 20 Jun 2007 06:49:21 -0700
Then perhaps it would be easier for OP to use the CAtlFile class. However,
with all the code OP has added doing it "without" MFC I think they would
have easily used up any savings in code space they would have had including
the thin MFC wrapper code.


"MrAsm" <> wrote in message

On Wed, 20 Jun 2007 11:29:34 +0100, "David Webber"
<> wrote:

<> wrote in message

  I am having two text files.

Your code looks complicated.

I agree with you.
OP's code is complicated because he is not using classes that help
embedding and hiding complexity.

However, in the original thread, when I first suggested to use C++
iostreams or MFC CStdioFile, he wrote:

My project is an
ATL COM project with WTL support without MFC.So I am not able to use
CFile class also.will U plz get me a code for reading file line by
line using FILE structure.


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