C Programming - Library Functions - Discussion

2. 

FILE is a structure suitably typedef'd in "stdio.h".

[A]. True
[B]. False

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

FILE - a structure containing the information about a file or text stream needed to perform input or output operations on it, including:
=> a file descriptor, the current stream position,
=> an end-of-file indicator,
=> an error indicator,
=> a pointer to the stream's buffer, if applicable

fpos_t - a non-array type capable of uniquely identifying the position of every byte in a file.
size_t - an unsigned integer type which is the type of the result of the sizeof operator.


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