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I don't know why, but I could write into a file with my VC6.00 compiler,
using File descriptors.

anyone have a short
fd=open(FILENAME, O_WRONLY)
write(fd, buf, BufSize)

code that works ?!

Yair
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the very easiest way is this:
#include<stido.h>//I don't think you need any other inculdes.
void main()
{
FILE *file=fopen("C:\\test.txt","w");
fprintf(file,"This is a test");
fclose(file);
}
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