Tom Archer illustrates how to use the .NET OLE DB classes to read text files.
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This article presents a set of classes that are extended from ATL consumer template classes for OLEDB. While these classes provide added flexibility and functionality like ADO, they still retain the power and performance of consumer template classes.
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