Input and output (I/O) are not part of the C++ language, but these facilities are provided by a library of classes. This library is not yet completely standardized. Early releases of C++ compilers implemented the stream library, described in the first edition of [10], whereas most recent compilers implement what is often referred to as the iostream library;1 this is the library currently submitted to the ANSI C++ committee and described in the second edition of [10]. It is also the I/O library described in this chapter. However, since present compilers may vary slightly, you should consult the C++ reference manual for your particular system.


Input Stream Output Class Generic Input White Space Code Fragment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Derek M. Capper
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  1. 1.Wotton-under-Edge, GloucestershireUK

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