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Rahul created a file and he saved some points from his notes to that file but while saving the points he added some n characters as hints at the end. Now he wants to create a new file in which he wants to copy that hints from file 1 to a new file so he can use that new file for exam preparation.

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C++ peoblem related to file handling. Please help if u can
Updated 6-Apr-21 2:19am
Richard Deeming 6-Apr-21 7:49am    
Nobody here is going to do your homework for you.

Here[^] is an overview of C++ I/O. You will probably use ifstream to read a file and ofstream to write it. They behave much like console input and output (cin and cout). The site where that page is located is an excellent C++ reference; I use it frequently even though I've been coding in C++ for almost 20 years.
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