Mail Archives: djgpp/1995/11/02/15:13:14

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From: kunst AT natlab DOT research DOT philips DOT com (Pieter Kunst)
Subject: Re: CR/LF pairs... NO NO NO!
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Organization: Philips Research Laboratories, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
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Date: Thu, 2 Nov 1995 16:05:15 GMT
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To: djgpp AT sun DOT soe DOT clarkson DOT edu
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In article <47946c$9al AT woodstock DOT socs DOT uts DOT EDU DOT AU> jkmarsha AT socs DOT uts DOT edu DOT au (Justen Keven Marshall) writes:
>  I am at my wits end trying to print a line-feed
>  without a carriage return. (Or the other way around.)
>  What happens is that when I try to print char(10) in
>  a file, with printf redirected, fprintf, cout, putchar,
>  fputchar, or whatever, it puts BOTH not just one.
>  I need only one, since I want to put the ascii char 10
>  in the file. I'm using MS-Dos 7.0 (Win95) but it does
>  it with 6.22 as well. Is it the fault of DJGPP, GO32,
>  or something I'm doing? I tried the same thing in Turbo
>  Pascal (the only other language I have) and it didn't
>  do it, so I suspect it is something about C or DJ itself.
>  Thanks for your help...

Open your output file for *binary* output:

   FILE *fp = fopen("myfile.out", "wb");
This 'b' (binary) will do the trick.


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