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Define these functions fopen(), fread(), fwrite() and fseek()? (Views: 1147)


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Fopen(): - On opening a file, a pointer is set up which points to the first record in the file.
Fread(): - The pointer moves to the next record while reading a file. It always reads the file where the pointer is pointed.
Fwrite(): - The pointer moves to the beginning of the next record on closing the file the pointer is deactivated. This pointer writes the record where the pointer is currently places.
Fseek(): - Function lets us move the pointer from one record to another.

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