Re: Cstring WriteString not working also write not working
thanks for the CStringArray i will use that
We can go for CStringArray in case of less number of lines in a file.
AFAIK CStringArray's object memory will not release immediately after
CStringArrayObject.RemoveAll() called, in case of huge number of lines in a
I suggest, Create temporary file and Update modified data into this.
Then Make 0 Kb size for source file then delete it.
Please correct me If I am wrong.
"Mike Butler" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Read file into a CstringArray.
Parse the CstringArray and edit the contents of the CString of interest.
Write CStringArray back to file.
"zack" <email@example.com> wrote in message
Hi I am trying to cahnge one line in a TXT file (log file of my
the TXT file already include many line and i try to recognize the line i
need and then update it with the string i need,
But WriteString looks like it finish fine no fail,
But the TXT file doesn't change .
Here is the code:
CString readLine,CompareResultFile="c:\a.txt";//the file path is just an
char * full_Log_file_path= (char*)malloc (_MAX_PATH);
TCHAR PASS_test = _T("Result: PASS");
TCHAR FAIL_test = _T("Result: FAIL");
if (!LogFile_CStdioFile.Open(CompareResultFile, CFile::modeReadWrite ))
I need suggestion what is the best way to update one line?
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