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Haakon S.24-Dec-20 0:37
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Stefan_Lang24-Dec-20 5:10
Stefan_Lang24-Dec-20 5:10 
Ah, yes, you're right, of course I meant ifstream, not ofstream. Wink | ;)

But this statement shouldn't compile:
std::ifstream read_file((char*)filbuf,file_size,ios_base::out);

See ifstream::ifstream - C++ Reference[^] : none of the constructors match the one you're calling. Specifically no constructor does have three arguments, and none expect anything like a file size. (and why should they?)

Furthermore, I wonder what that variable filebuf is, and why it needs to be casted to char* ? A typecast is almost always an indication of an incorrect implementation, and in this case I think you are passing the wrong parameter! The first parameter, if you pass any, should always be the file name. What is the name of the file you want to read? You should pass it here.
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