I'm writing both 8-bit and wide 16-bit data to the screen and an output file. I have no problems with writing out to the screen - for example:
Similarly, I have used ofstream for 8-bit and wofstream for 16-bit, for example:
into the same output file (declared in the ofstream and wofstream constructors).
I find two problems with this method:
1. I still get a mix of correct data and ints (from the 16-bit data)
2. I cannot use manipulator functions such as setw and setfill with the wide 16-bit wcout and wout commands.
Has anyone experienced this problem? Is there a better way of doing this (ie writing both 8-bit and 16-bit data to one file).
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I need to migrate the whole unix environment from a Unix mp-ras 32 bit to a Linux Suse 64 bit.
1) can i use cpio to copy the data?
2) can i just copy the users from unix to linux or do i have to create them by hand
3) are there any other concerns i should worry about?
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