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Insert Text into Existing Files in C#, Without Temp Files or Memory Buffers

, 29 Jun 2007 CC (ASA 2.5)
You don't need to buffer temp data to accomplish a simple text insert.




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Paul C Smith
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Paul is a Software Architect at SWC Technology Partners, one of Crain’s 20 Best Places To Work for 2012. His coding exploits range from BASIC on a Commodore 64, but now focus on C#, SQL Server and the .NET stack. Paul also maintains the StormFactory ORM Code Generator on SWC Technology Partners is always looking for top technical talent; check out how cool it is to work here at, and feel free to contact me about positions here.

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