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Wrting to a file in C

Posted on 2002-04-09
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Hi
here is the code that i am trying to write or how i am trying to write into file

FILE *file
out = fopen("C:\myText.txt", "W");
fprintf(out, "Temprature");
fprintf(out, "%d\n", Voltage);
fclose(file);

but i can't get it to work, could somebody please tell me what i am doing wrong, and fix the problem for me. thanks

regards
Dewaana
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by:leflon
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first you mixed variable names file and out
then you better check if fopen was successful, and you should use wt for the access type

->
FILE* file;
if(file=fopen("c:\mytext.txt","wt")!=NULL)
{
/* do some output */
 fclose(file);
}

this should work

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better:
if((file=fopen("c:\mytext.txt","wt"))!=NULL)

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by:Dewaana
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Thank you very much, i think that if statment did the trick :)

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by:Aenox
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lol, that wasn't the problem. This was:

FILE *file;
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by:Aenox
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FILE *out;
out = fopen("C:\\myText.txt", "W");
fprintf(out, "Temprature");
fprintf(out, "%d\n", Voltage);
fclose(out);
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