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Submitted on: 2/2/2004 11:18:50 PM
By: Invision Software 
Level: Beginner
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility:C

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     Dos write is a application developed in the C programming language. This application is basically a 'notepad' for dos. I am in the process of learning c now, and I did this application so I would not forget some of the stuff I learned and because I was bored. :) This has been ported to linux successfully some things do need to be changed for it to compile in Gcc. When you compile it you will get three errors about escape sequences or something similar, don't worry about the errors there suppose to be in the code, but the compiler does not recognize them.

 

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//**************************************
//     
//INCLUDE files for :Dos Write
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//     
#Include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
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2/3/2004 11:43:26 AM:duff man
I wonder how it works: The file handle 
returned by fopen is no assigned to the 
variable. Also, the '\' character 
should be put before the escape 
characters
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2/3/2004 5:07:05 PM:
Thanks for the feedback, But the 
problem with my compiler is it won't 
compile the code with the '\' character 
before the char. I don't know why. I 
find that strange. 
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