|Example: fopen||Input-Output Functions|
Opens a file for buffered I/0.
long fopen( const char *filename, const char *access_mode);
|filename||The name of the file to open.|
|access_mode||The type of access mode: r, w, a or r+, w+, a+, where the "+" sign indicates that the file must already exist.|
The fopen access_mode parameter serves also to specify whether we want to open the file as text or binary, adding t or b characters to this access mode string.
|t||Text mode. In text mode the end of file is assumed to be at first Ctrl+Z character. Some conversions can occur reading and writing with End Of Line / Feedback characters depending on your compiler and your Operating System.|
|b||Binary mode. End of file is reached at last byte of the file. No conversions.|
If the file has been successfully opened the function will return a pointer to the file. Otherwise it returns a NULL pointer.