• Subject: Re: Wite to a save file with _RWrite
  • From: Dave McKenzie <davemck@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2000 18:00:10 -0800

OOPS!  Of course I should have checked for EOF from the read before writing, 

  if (pfFp->riofb.num_bytes != EOF) {
    _Rwrite(savFp, aRec, 528);

...but since it isn't checking for errors, the pgm ignores the escape msg on 
the last
write and works fine anyway!


Dave McKenzie wrote:

> Here's a little pgm that does that.  SAVF528 is a rcdlen(528) physical 
> data copied from a savf file with FTP, and ASAVF is a save file.
> --Dave
> #include <stdio.h>
> #include <stdlib.h>
> #include <string.h>
> #include <recio.h>
> static _RFILE  *pfFp;
> static _RFILE  *savFp;
> int  main(int argc, char **argv)
> {
>   char  aRec[528];
>   pfFp = _Ropen("SAVF528", "rr");
>   savFp = _Ropen("ASAVF", "wr");
>   do {
>     _Rreadn(pfFp, aRec, 528, __DFT);
>     _Rwrite(savFp, aRec, 528);
>   } while (pfFp->riofb.num_bytes != EOF);
>   _Rclose(pfFp);
>   _Rclose(savFp);
>   return;
> }

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