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Most people look at the extension of a file and then guess the type of file from that extension. For example, when you see a file with an extension of gif, jpg, bmp, or png you think of an image fileHuman Terminal - Empty (File), and when you see a file with an extension of zip, you assume the file has been compressed using a zip compression utility.
A file can use one extension but be something altogether different. Linux doesn't use file extensions; rather, the file's type is part of the file name. To find out the true file type use the file command.
Filesystem tests examine the return from a stat system call. The program checks to see if the file is empty and whether it is a special file. The magic tests check the contents of a file and specifically a few bytes at the beginning that help to determine Human Terminal - Empty (File) file type. Various files are used to help match up a file with its file type, and these are stored in:.
The final tests are language tests. The file is checked to see Human Terminal - Empty (File) it is a text file. When the character set is deduced, the file is tested against different languages. For example, to check the type of a file title touch.
By default, the file command works with a single file. You can, however, specify a filename that contains a list of files to be processed by the file command. For example, open a file called testfiles using the nano editor and add these lines to it:. Another method is to run the file command once, but specifying several targets. For example:. Standard wildcards work, too. If you're seeking after the end of the file, you have to write at least one byte at that position:.
The lseek function repositions the offset of the file descriptor fildes to the argument offset, according to the directive whence. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Asked 4 years, 4 months ago.
Active 4 years, 4 months ago. Viewed 3k times. I need to write a program which creates an empty file with name and size given in the terminal using this commands gcc foo. Here is the code of my small program. Shahnur Isgandarli Shahnur Isgandarli 23 1 1 silver badge 4 4 bronze badges. You might like to look at the ftruncate system call. Your requirements are self contradicting. You first tell you need to write an empty file, Human Terminal - Empty (File) your program does, then that its size need to be of a given value, which implies it has at least some content.
A sparse file cannot be but just a big hole. At least its last block need to exist. Crossposting from stackoverflow. Human Terminal - Empty (File) Oldest Votes. If you're seeking after the end of the file, you have to write at least one byte at that position: write fd, "", 1 ; to have the OS fill the hole with zeros.
PSkocik PSkocik You are not writing anything to the file.
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