remove(), fflush() function and flushing of a stream in C

remove() function: remove(0 function is used to erase a particular file.


int remove(constant char *file_name);

fflush() function: When an opened file is closed, the contents are written to external device and no info is left in disk buffer. This process is known as flushing of a stream.


int fflush(FILE *p);

where p is afile pointer.

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