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This is a discussion on file io within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; can you please explain the : fseek functions arguments? exit functions argument? $ gcc new.c? $ ./a.exe? thank you...

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    can you please explain the :
    fseek functions arguments?
    exit functions argument?
    $ gcc new.c?
    $ ./a.exe?
    thank you
    Last edited by Abda92; 09-18-2006 at 09:56 PM.

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    www.google.com || man fseek
    Syntax:

    #include <stdio.h>
    int fseek( FILE *stream, long offset, int origin );



    Description:
    The function fseek() sets the file position data for the given stream. The origin value should have one of the following values (defined in stdio.h):



    Name Explanation

    SEEK_SET Seek from the start of the file

    SEEK_CUR Seek from the current location

    SEEK_END Seek from the end of the file



    fseek() returns zero upon success, non-zero on failure. You can use fseek() to move beyond a file, but not before the beginning. Using fseek() clears the EOF flag associated with that stream.

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    > fseek functions arguments?
    > exit functions argument?
    Why don't you use the same resource which told you about the printf() arguments or strcat() arguments?

    > $ gcc new.c?
    > $ ./a.exe?
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