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After selecting one of these values, you may OR it with one or more of the following access modifiers:
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Not used; included for UNIX compatibility Causes the file pointer to be set to the end of the file before to each write operation If the file does not exist, it is created with its attribute set to the value of mode If the file exists, it is truncated to length 0 but retains its file attributes When used with O_CREAT, will not create output file if a file by that name already exists Child programs do not inherit the file Opens a binary file Opens a text file
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The shflag argument defines the type of sharing allowed on this file and can be one of these values:
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I/O Functions
shflag
SH_COMPAT SH_DENYRW SH_DENYWR SH_DENYRD SH_DENYNONE SH_DENYNO
Meaning
Compatibility mode No read or write No write No read Allow read/write Allow read/write
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The mode argument is required only if the O_CREAT modifier is used In this case, mode can be one of these values:
Mode
S_IWRITE S_IREAD S_IWRITE | S_IREAD
Meaning
Write access Read access Read/write access
A successful call to sopen( ) returns a positive integer that is the file descriptor associated with the file A return value of 1 means that the file cannot be opened, and errno will be set to one of these values: ENOENT EMFILE EACCES EINVACC File does not exist Too many open files Access denied Invalid access code
Example
You will usually see the call to sopen( ) like this:
if((fd=sopen(filename, access, shflag, mode)) ==-1) printf("Cannot open file\n"); exit(1); } {
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Related Functions
open( ), _rtl_open( ), close( )
int sprintf(char *buf, const char *format, arg-list)
Description
The prototype for sprintf( ) is found in <stdioh> The sprintf( ) function is identical to printf( ) except that the output generated is placed into the array pointed to by buf See the printf( ) function The return value is equal to the number of characters actually placed into the array
Example
After this code fragment executes, str holds one 2 3:
char str[80]; sprintf(str, "%s %d %c", "one", 2,
'3');
Related Functions
printf( ), fsprintf( )
int sscanf(char *buf, const char *format, arg-list)
Description
The prototype for sscanf( ) is found in <stdioh> The sscanf( ) function is identical to scanf( ) except that data is read from the array pointed to by buf rather than stdin See scanf( ) The return value is equal to the number of fields that were actually assigned values This number does not include fields that were skipped through the use of the * format-command modifier A value of 0 means that no fields were assigned, and EOF indicates that a read was attempted at the end of the string
Example
This program prints the message hello 1 on the screen:
#include <stdioh> int main(void) {
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I/O Functions
char str[80]; int i; sscanf("hello 1 2 3 4 5", "%s%d", str, &i); printf("%s %d", str, i); return 0; } THE C++ BUILDER FUNCTION LIBRARY
Related Functions
scanf( ), fscanf( )
int stat(char *filename, struct stat *statbuf)
Description
The prototype for stat( ) is found in <sys\stath> It is not defined by ANSI/ISO C/C++ The stat( ) function fills the structure statbuf with information on the file associated with filename The stat structure is defined in sys\stath Upon successfully filling the stat structure, 0 is returned If unsuccessful, 1 is returned and errno is set to ENOENT
Example
The following example opens a file, fills the stat structure, and prints out one of its fields:
#include <stdioh> #include <sys\stath> #include <stdlibh> int main(void) { FILE *fp; struct stat buff; if((fp=fopen("test", "rb"))==NULL) { printf("Cannot open file\n"); exit(1); }
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/* fill the stat structure */ stat("test", &buff); printf("Size of the file is: %ld\n", buffst_size); fclose(fp); return 0; }
Related Functions
fstat( ), access( )
long tell(int fd)
The prototype for tell( ) is found in <ioh> The tell( ) function is part of the UNIX-like I/O system and is not defined by the ANSI/ISO C/C++ standard The tell( ) function returns the current value of the file position indicator associated with the file descriptor fd This value is the number of bytes the position indicator is from the start of the file A return value of 1L indicates an error and errno is set to EBADF (bad file handle)
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