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Adding an entry to hostfile..

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Hi guys,
   I want to add/delete an entry from the HOSTS file
under "C:\windows\"...
  the entry is a typical
 XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX   www.XXX.com

How should I go about doiung this?
Can I open/edit it just like a usual text file
using CFile?

Thanks...

David Chong
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Yes, that is a plain text file. Use CStdioFile to access it.
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thanks..
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