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Please let me know,how can I remove each lines in the file using CFile class.
Posted 16-Aug-12 8:31am
Wes Aday at 16-Aug-12 14:37pm
Read lines and if you do not want them, don't write them back out.
Kenneth Haugland at 16-Aug-12 15:05pm
Im having a hard time to decide if its a text line or a real line in a drawing program, still wondering ;)
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Solution 1

Modifying CFileFinder - Extend the functionality of CFileFind MFC class[^] should be fairly straight forward.
Best regards
Espen Harlinn
Abhinav S at 16-Aug-12 23:22pm
My 5.
Espen Harlinn at 17-Aug-12 4:12am
Thank you, Abhinav :-D
AlluvialDeposit at 17-Aug-12 3:08am
Espen Harlinn at 17-Aug-12 4:13am
Thank you, AlluvialDeposit :-D
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Solution 2

what do you want?
remove a certain text in file or a line?
if you mean a line, do it :
in a loop write lines until you arrive to that.
then read that line but don't write.
after that in a loop write remainder lines.
CFile f;
f.Open(_T("path of the file"),CFile::modeRead|CFile::modeWrite);
read function is :
write function is:
Richard MacCutchan at 6-Sep-12 9:43am
Please use <pre> tags around code blocks for clarity (as I have done for you).

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