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Most programs need to do either input (reading data) or output (writing data), or most frequently both, in order to do anything useful. The GNU C library provides such a large selection of input and output functions that the hardest part is often deciding which function is most appropriate!
This chapter introduces concepts and terminology relating to input and output. Other chapters relating to the GNU I/O facilities are:
11.1 Input/Output Concepts Some basic information and terminology. 11.2 File Names How to refer to a file.
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