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by Hans Dietrich
This series of articles is a step-by-step guide to reading files stored in your program's resources. Along the way I will present some non-MFC classes to assist you in reading text, binary, zip, and even encrypted files that have been compiled into your program as resources.
by Sven Wiegand
A class that enables you to easily retrieve a file's version information.
by Tolgahan ALBAYRAK
Read, Write, Save INI files without using Windows APIs.
by OriginalGriff
There is a common theme in development: storing data files in the application folder. This is bad, and wrong, and should be stamped on!

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by Alberto Molero
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by Serdar Kurbanov
Library for extracting configuration settings from custom configuration file is provided.
by Uzi Granot
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