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Hi guys. I just need some advice here.
I have a text file ( containg strings and numbers)
I read the file ("r") and every string and number should be saved in a binary file. After that I would like to read back the binary file and save it all in another text file.
I'm working in C.
What I did so far is get the strings and numbers (one by one) and use - for strings - fwrite(string,sizeof(char)*strlen(str),output_file). The string is stored ok (I don't know if this is in binary state or not, but after the string, it adds weird data and the numbers are not stored ok. Any help would apreciated. Thanks