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How to delete a file from C++ program

Michael DOUBEZ
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Leslaw Bieniasz a ¨¦crit :
> OK Guys, all your suggestions require mixing of C++ streams
> with some stdio.h functions or the like, and such mixing
> (if I understand) is generally not recommended. My intention
> is to find a solution which involves C++ streams only.
> Is this possible?
> [snips]

It is not. streams do not care about files, they are a concept.
The fstream lib is only a helper to connect a file sink to a stream.

There is no problem in mixing <fstream> and <cstdio>. They are both part
of the c++ standard so remove() should be fairly portable.

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