I have been reading older C programs to try and understand how to convert them to C++. One particular line of code still confuses me however.

fscanf(fin, "%d", &n)

I understand that fscanf reads from the stream (the file pointed to by fin), it reads the data which will be decimals (%d), and stores the data in n. Is this correct? Also, what would be the C++ equivalent of this. I have read the documentation of fscanf at www.cplusplus.com but I just need clarification.

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Its a lot simplier in c++

ifstream in("myfile");
int n;
in >> n;
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Its a lot simplier in c++

ifstream in("myfile");
int n;
in >> n;

Thanks for the help.

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