Re: complexity for tellg()
Of course you can approach the problem computing the position yourself, if
you know the size of the input read.
Not elegant, but it works for simple cases...
size_t pos = 0;
// int pos = in.tellg();
pos += line.length() + 2; // account for line terminator...
"toton" <firstname.lastname@example.org> ha scritto nel messaggio
I am reading a big file , and need to have a flag for current file
position so that I can store the positions for later direct access.
However it looks tellg is a very costly function ! But it's code says
it should just return the current buffer position , thus should be a
very low cost function.
int pos = in.tellg();
This code takes 0.58 sec in my computer, while if I uncomment the line
in.tellg() , it takes 120.8 sec (varies a little )
can anyone say the reason & the possible workout ?
I amusing MS Visual Studio 7.1 and the std library provided by visual
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