Re: C++ question

From: Franco Gasperino (awe@CET.COM)
Date: 08/06/97

Why not just send the string you want to some object like:

class CLog
 void Log_Some_Data(char *string);

Then have a file descriptor useable for the actual log file. Test to see
if it exits, then find the EOF, then start adding there.

                       Franco Gasperino
                       Cutting Edge Communications, Inc.

On Wed, 6 Aug 1997, Michael J. McGillick wrote:

> Hello All:
> In the source code, I know that there are lines similar to:
>     sprintf(buf, "Running game on port %d.", port);
>     log(buf);
> I do understand that the purpose of this is to build a string in buf, and
> then send it to the log function.  I'm currently working on porting the
> code to C++, and was wondering if anyone new of the corresponding C++
> equivalent to writing a stream to a buffer.  With the normal cout and cerr
> commands, the string is written out to screen immediately, insted of being
> stored in a buffer.
> I apologize if this is a stretch for an appropriate question for this
> list.  Thanks for any help.
> - Mike
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