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Old December 23rd, 2004, 04:32 AM
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Default changing ostream to act like TRACE()

Always wondered if you could get ostream to write to the VC output window like TRACE does.

I'm using MS VC++ 6.0.

How do you (if it's possible) redirect ostream from writing to the console, to write to the IDE output window?

If always wondered but been afraid to ask. Not that TRACE doesn't do the job, my geeky nature inclined me to wonder if it could be done ;).






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