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To copy the "content of a file" to the other file in C++ programming, you have to first ask to the user to enter the "source file" to open the source file and ask to enter the target source
To encrypt & decrypt file content in C++, you have to enter the file name with extension to encrypt & decrypt the content present inside the file. Now open that file using the function
To "delete files" in C++, enter the file name to delete the file using the function remove(). If the file would be deleted successfully, then it ("remove()") will return 0 otherwise it will not
To list and "display/print" all the files present inside the current directory in The C++, use a pointer say dir of DIR and the pointer say pdir of dirent to open and "read directory" to print
C++ program 'merge two files' and store the content of both file into another file. First file name and second file name (say file1.txt and file2.txt), then Third file name that is used to
C++ program opens a file named filename.txt to read the content present inside this file, if there is an error in opening a file then puts a message on the screen for the "error", and if
To 'write' some content in a file in C++, enter the file name with extension to open that file using the function open(), then after opening the desired file, again ask to the user to enter
While writing C++, coders write information to a file from the program using the "stream" insertion operator (<<) and reads information using the "Stream Extraction" Operator (>>).
A 'while loop' is used and will terminate when user will press esc key. To get the characters a function 'getche()' is used from conio.h which will store in 'char variable' & store into the file