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Saving Files Using Splitters

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I have an SDI application with two splitter panes. The application is
designed to open a text file and the user then can utilize a set of
tools to modify the text. The modified text appears in a second
splitter window. The question I have regards saving files. How do I
capture the changed text and save it to the file? I can successfully
save the initial text as loaded into the application, but have been
unable to figure out how to save the modified text which appears in the
second splitter window.

Thanks in advance for your assistance

Jul 28 '05 #1
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akermisch wrote:
I have an SDI application with two splitter panes. The application is
designed to open a text file and the user then can utilize a set of
tools to modify the text. The modified text appears in a second
splitter window. The question I have regards saving files. How do I
capture the changed text and save it to the file? I can successfully
save the initial text as loaded into the application, but have been
unable to figure out how to save the modified text which appears in the
second splitter window.


You will get much better help on a newsgroup that covers your library.

Here, if you can get a string or character pointer to the data in the second
split, you can save it to a file with <fstream>. Google for that, but it's
hard to help accurately unless you post code to a qualified newsgroup.

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Jul 28 '05 #2

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