c++ reading data from txt files in tokens

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C++
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Programming
String manipulation
I have tried a lot to manipulating strings.
I want such code witch read the data from input file.
I want to get data in tokens (to store in variables) of type char or int of specific location in input file.  I want to store string parts in variables for  
further use.
eof() helps but I am reading data in  lines of string.
Reading through binary method gives unknown type of character like Chinese language.
if any one can help or advice me with comment."okava77@yahoo.com"


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Blood Shed dev-c++

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  • carlosdl
    Programming78. This is probably your homework and you should not be requesting the code here. However, we can provide some help if you show us what you have done so far, and explain with details the specific problem you are encountering.
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