Zipping/Unzipping files in C++

There seems to be very little in the way of simple zip/unzip class for C++. I have always liked the simplicity of Java implementation of ZipOutputStream/ZipInputStream and have made an implementation that is somewhat similar.

The sample project was made using Visual Studio 2010 and zlib-1.2.7. If you are using a different version of a compiler, you may need to recompile the zlib for your specific environment and use the newly compiled lib/dll in with the example project provided. You can find zlib at www.zlib.net.

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Manipulating CSV Spreadsheet Data – Java

Often times where I have been required to deal with the data stored in a humanly readable format. I have found that the easiest and the most portable way to deal with this data is via CSV files. This way the data can be reviewed or generated using OpenOffice Calc or Excel.

The code I am posting here does not deal with all eventualities of CSV but is a solid base to include into your own projects and expand as you see fit. As a side note I have posted this code on one of my favourite coding sites full of nerdy goodness http://rosettacode.org.
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Manipulating CSV Spreadsheet Data – C#

Often times where I have been required to deal with the data stored in a humanly readable format. I have found that the easiest and the most portable way to deal with this data is via CSV files. This way the data can be reviewed or generated using OpenOffice Calc or Excel.

The code I am posting here does not deal with all eventualities of CSV but is a solid base to include into your own projects and expand as you see fit. As a side note I have posted this code on one of my favourite coding sites full of nerdy goodness http://rosettacode.org.
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Manipulating CSV Spreadsheet Data – C++

Often times where I have been required to deal with the data stored in a humanly readable format. I have found that the easiest and the most portable way to deal with this data is via CSV files. This way the data can be reviewed or generated using OpenOffice Calc or Excel.

The code I am posting here does not deal with all eventualities of CSV but is a solid base to include into your own projects and expand as you see fit. As a side note I have posted this code on one of my favourite coding sites full of nerdy goodness http://rosettacode.org.
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