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File handling in GTK

Posted on 2004-09-30
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Hello everyone,

Does anyone know file handling using GTK. I need to open a file in "w+" mode and write to it. I dont know if file handling exists in GTK. Below is a sample 'C' program that I need in GTK format.

   #include <stdio.h>

   int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
     int a = 5;
     float b = 3.14;
     FILE *fp;

     fp = fopen( "test.txt", "w+" );
     fprintf( fp, "  %d   %f", a, b );
     fwrite(----);
     fclose( fp );
   }

Thanks for any help,

Seema
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Question by:seemasharma22
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Hi  seemasharma22,

GTK is simply a GUI development tool.  You should be able to include your standard C headers and use C file I/O.


Kent
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