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Re: [leafnode-list] fetchnews fails to download bodies
Cornelius Krasel writes:
> In my case, I have the problem that I opened the file with fopen()
> instead of open(). What is the proper way to stat a stream? My
> suggestion which may be completely wrong:
> FILE *f;
> struct stat st;
> f = fopen( "filename", "r" );
> fstat(fileno(f), &st);
> However, I don't know whether fileno() is a universally accepted function -
> the man page would indicate not.
As far as I know, fileno() is as portable as stat() is. Both are
required by Posix and related Unix standards, neither is required by
> On a more general note, in which cases would it be preferable to use
> open()/close()/... and in which cases would it be preferable to use
> fopen()/fclose()/... instead?
It's almost always preferable to use fopen() and friends.
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clean smack upside Susie's head? -- Calvin
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