False. Function read can read from any input stream object derived from istream.
False. These four streams are created automatically for the programmer. The <iostream> header must be included in a file to use them. This header includes declarations for each stream object.
False. The files will be closed when destructors for ifstream, ofstream or fstream objects execute when the stream objects go out of scope or before program execution terminates, but it is a good programming practice to close all files explicitly with close once they are no longer needed.
False. Member function seekp or seekg can be used to reposition the put or get fileposition pointer to the beginning of the file.
False. In most cases, sequential file records are not of uniform length. Therefore, it is possible that updating a record will cause other data to be overwritten.
False. Records in a random-access file normally are of uniform length.
False. It is possible to seek from the beginning of the file, from the end of the file and from the current position in the file.