#include <fstream> //Needed anytime a program performs file input/output
int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv)
ifstream infile; //Declaring an ifstream (input file stream) called infile.
//This object allows me to bring in data from a file and call
//the fstream libraries that open, close and otherwise manipulate input file
ofstream outfile; //Declaring an ofstream (input file stream) called outfile.
//This object allows me to print data to a file and call
//the fstream libraries that open, close and otherwise manipulate output file
infile.open("yourfilename.pdf"); //This opens a file full of arbitrary data that is stored in a basic
//text file, this file is saved in the same directory as my .cpp file, so
//I did not have to specify a path
outfile.open("yourfileOutput.txt"); //This opens or creates a file for output. if einsteinPicOutput.txt exists, it will create a new, empty
//file and save over the old one. If it does not exist, it will create a new one.
//outfile now has a file to output data to
//A string variable named line that can hold a line of text being read in from the file
cout << aLine;
//cout is the output stream that leads to the console (Console OUTput)
//above a different output stream was created and a file was opened
//for it to output to. outfile used in conjunction with the output stream operators
// << will output data to the file data2.txt.
outfile << aLine << endl;