Article of interest: Python pros/cons for the enterprise

Matthew Woodcraft mattheww at chiark.greenend.org.uk
Sat Feb 23 23:07:14 CET 2008


Jeff Schwab  <jeff at schwabcenter.com> wrote:
> The most traditional, easiest way to open a file in C++ is to use an 
> fstream object, so the file is guaranteed to be closed when the fstream 
> goes out of scope.

Out of interest, what is the usual way to manage errors that the
operating system reports when it closes the file?

-M-



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