Hello, Asher Gordon, le sam. 15 d¨¦c. 2018 18:51:19 -0500, a ecrit: > If I use fputs(3), fputc(3), or fwrite(3) to write to a file that can > be opened for writing but cannot be written to (e.g /dev/full), the > functions return 1 rather than the expected EOF (or 0 in the case of > fread()).
Well, that is not surprising since these functions are buffered. You need to call fflush() to make sure that no error happened on the actual underlying write. Samuel