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Hi,
 
how can i save contents of an operation to an output file which name is "output.in"?
 
is it right?
 
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

int main ( void )
{
    FILE * Output;
    Output = fopen("output.in", "a");
    fprintf(Output, "data");
    fclose(Output);
    return 0;
}
Posted 1-Dec-12 21:53pm
Edited 1-Dec-12 23:32pm
Nelek60.6K
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Richard MacCutchan at 2-Dec-12 3:19am
   
What you are doing is correct, but it may not actually be what you want. What information are you trying to save?
lida zar at 2-Dec-12 3:23am
   
cmd information to an outpu.in file
Richard MacCutchan at 2-Dec-12 3:34am
   
You really need to provide much more detail than a few cryptic words stuck together. What sort of information, in what format, what do you expect to do with this information after you have written it etc?

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lida zar at 2-Dec-12 3:08am
   
not help me friend ... other solutions ... i did something and now i wanna save it to a .in file ?

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