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#include <unistd.h> int pwrite(int file, const void *buffer, size_t count, off_t offset);
This function writes count bytes from buffer to file at position offset. It returns the number of bytes actually written. It will return zero or a number less than count if the disk is full, and may return less than count even under valid conditions.
Note that if file is a text file,
pwrite may write more
bytes than it reports.
If count is zero, the function does nothing and returns zero.
_write if you want to actually ask DOS to write zero bytes.
The precise behavior of
pwrite when the target filesystem is full
are somewhat troublesome, because DOS doesn't fail the underlying system
call. If your application needs to rely on
errno being set to
ENOSPC in such cases, you need to invoke
pwrite as shown in
an example for
write (see section write). In a nutshell, the trick is
pwrite one more time after it returns a value smaller
than the count parameter; then it will always set
if the disk is full.
The number of bytes written, zero at EOF, or -1 on error.
|POSIX||1003.1-2001; not 1003.2-1992|
const char buf = "abc"; const size_t bufsize = strlen(buf); /* Write out buf, then overwrite 'b' with 'd'. NB: We should check * for errors. */ lseek(fd, 0L, SEEK_SET); write(fd, buf, bufsize); pwrite(fd, "d", 1, 1);
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