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Hi I am doing a serial programming on C++ to open read and save as .txt . i check out the web, and they are using classes(which i nv learn) but i alway have problem with their source and header file. Is there any website tat gives the correct source and header file?
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Since you haven't given the actual name of anything it is impossible to answer your question.
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