HelpPC 2.10 Quick Reference Utility Copyright 1991 David Jurgens

                 int fseek( FILE *fp, long offset, int mode )

       - prototype in stdio.h

       - sets file pointer associated with fp to position which is offset
         bytes beyond file location given by mode

       - mode is 0 (beginning of file or SEEK_SET)
                 1 (current position or SEEK_CUR)
                 2 (end of file or SEEK_END

       - discards any character pushed back by ungetc()
       - fseek() clears eof indicator but not file error indicator
       - returns 0 if pointer moved OK, nonzero if file not opened or
         invalid seek for device.  DOS does not report an error if an
         attempt to seek past EOF is made

       - see   ftell()

Esc or Alt-X to exit fseek Home/PgUp/PgDn/End ←↑↓→
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