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Deleting files in DOS

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I picked up this question from a newsgroup which quite interests me.. is that ... Are there any C functions that do 'delete things' in DOS or do I have to use software interrupts to achieve this? This is quite interesting as only a few of you have raised this controversial issue ever before in E.E. Bye
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There's the unlink and remove functions.
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Oh. Did I overlook? Thanks, pts for you...
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