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How do I Expand Record?

How do I Expand Record?

How do I Expand Record?

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I am reading a record using the fgets function. The record from the old file terminates at position 733. I need to insert data at positions 3025 and 3040 and then write the modified record to the new file. Since the record ends at position 733 I cannot insert data in the positions 3025 and 3040. I need to know how to get rid of the character that is terminating the record so I can expand the record so that it ends at 3067 thus being able to insert data in these latter positions. Could someone please tell me how? Please, I have a deadline of December 15th!

RE: How do I Expand Record?

try using fread, if this is 1 record read all 3067 chars otherwise use fseek to goto the file position you want and start reading from there.

Hope this help
TM

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