I've been reading quite a few threads about creating new files if one doesn't exist...but I need it specifically for windows, in the current directory we are in.
ifstream file; file.open("TehLeetFile"); if(!file.is_open()) cout<<"Tehleetness is busted!"; else cout<<"it work!!!!11!!!11!one!";
That's just checking to see if the file is there.
Later on I will need to read the file...but not yet.