tmpfile, tmpfile64 --
create a temporary file
FILE tmpfile (void);
FILE tmpfile64 (void);
creates a temporary file using a name generated by the
routine and returns a corresponding
If the file cannot be opened, a
pointer is returned.
The file is automatically deleted when the process using it terminates
or when the file is closed.
The file is opened for update (``w+'').
Considerations for large file support
tmpfile64 supports large files, but is otherwise identical
For details on programming for large file capable applications, see
``Large File Support''
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004