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Writting into file...

Post by coder89 » Wed Jul 09, 2008 7:55 pm

Hello.
I'm using wxTextInputStream class to read line of wxString from file. Then I operate on it.

Now I want to add the result of my operations in place of the read line without losting the other lines...

This is the sample

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// Opened file before edition
Firstline....\n
SecondLine....\n
ThirdLine....\n

// Now i read Second Line
// And operate on it...

// Writting into file
Firstline....\n
EDITEDLINEASHFUASFHUAHSIFUASHFAIFSH....\n
ThirdLine....\n
Pleas help how to do this...
Thnx.

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Post by timg » Wed Jul 09, 2008 8:57 pm

If the file is not large, you might find it easier to use wxTextFile to read and modify your file.

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Post by chris_bern » Thu Jul 10, 2008 1:52 am

Read the file using loop and put each line as an element of a string array. Then use the index of the array to work on the content.

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Post by coder89 » Thu Jul 10, 2008 7:32 am

I would like to write a setting file pharser...
There will be only 8-10 lines (values).
It may look like that => "username=root" and the "root" walue will be cut from this line using wxRegex.

Maybe there is a better class (classes) to do this??

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Post by vdell » Thu Jul 10, 2008 7:35 am

coder89 wrote:Maybe there is a better class (classes) to do this??
Are you trying to parse config files? If yes then have a look at wxFileConfig.
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