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John R. Shaw4-Mar-06 15:22
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You already mentioned the method "getline", it reads one whole line at a time. You just need to count the number of lines you read.

The other part of finding a substring (part of the line), you just do on a line by line bases. Unless there is a newline in the substring, in which case you have to search the whole file piece by piece or a character at at time, your choice.

You could just load the whole file (if not to larg) into an STL string type and call find to search for a substring.

The is a ridiculously large number of ways to do what you want, just look at what your library offers (string and file i/o), and your imagination.

You can even use regular expressions.


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