|1:||What is the main reason for using files?|
|2:||How are streams represented in C# and .NET?|
|3:||In what context have you already used streams in previous chapters?|
|4:||In which direction is the data moving when we talk about input—from the program to a destination device or from a destination device to the program?|
|5:||In what ways are text files and binary files similar? In what ways are they different?|
|6:||Can you read a text file with a binary stream?|
|7:||Suppose that you need to call just a single method only once in your program to manipulate a particular file in your file system. Which class would you use—File or FileInfo (given that the method exists in both classes)? Why?|
|8:||Suppose that you need to call several methods one after the other ...|
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