Suppose you want a program to write to a file. You must do the following:
1. Create an
ofstream object to manage the output stream.
2. Associate that object with a particular file.
3. Use the object the same way you would use
cout; the only difference is that output goes to the file instead of to the screen.
To accomplish this, you begin by including the
fstream header file. Including this file automatically includes the
iostream file for most, but not all, implementations, so you may not have to include
iostream explicitly. Then you declare an
ofstream fout; // create an ofstream object named fout
The object’s name can be any valid C++ name, such as
Next, you must associate ...