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    SubjectRe: Quick close of all the open files.
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    "vamsi krishna" <vamsi.krishnak@gmail.com> writes:

    >> > >
    >> > I checked as follows I did printf("lowest fd = %d",fileno(tmpfile()));
    >> > it prints 3
    >>
    >> Which proves that file descriptor 3 was closed, so tmpfile() was able to
    >> open it. This certainly implies that fd 0, 1, 2 (connected to stdin,
    >> stdout, and stderr streams of stdio) are still open, contrary to your
    >> statement that *all* of them are closed.
    >
    > I know 0,1,2 are open (I opened it) no need to tell it specifically,
    > HOW DO YOU THINK I CAN PRINT SOME THING WITHOUT OPENING THIS
    > FILES(stdout,stderr)?

    That still says nothing about file descriptors 4 and up.

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    Måns Rullgård
    mru@inprovide.com

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