HelpPC 2.10 Quick Reference Utility Copyright 1991 David Jurgens

       int fprintf( FILE *fp, const char *format [, arg1, arg2, ...] )

       - prototype in stdio.h

       - returns number of bytes it attempted to write regardless of
         success.  To check for a successful fprintf call on a buffered
         stream, use fflush which returns accurate error information.
       - using printf or any of the stdio functions results in a default
         allocation of 512 bytes for the I/O buffer and the inclusion of
         the standard memory allocation functions
       - see   printf()   and   PRINTF SPEC

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