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I could swear my code looks like the second one, did it copy properly?

// create 4 records per section (4 employees, one for each)
for (int RecCnt = 0; RecCnt
Is how i could swear i posted it, sorry if not.

I am using VC++08 (i have too as i am told to do so by teach) and all the diiferant compilers work slightly differantly. Hence why yours ask for stuff after cout's.

I sort of have it working, though for some reason, either i am not loading the data from the stream or the file is being made incorrectly as all the values are 0's. The file has numbers and letters in it though.

Thanks for all the help MC.

John

Posted on May 1, 2011, 6:04 AM

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