How is clearerr() used in C++?
How to reset error flag, end of file(EOF)?
clearerr() is an I/O function that is used to reset the "error flag" associated with the stream. It also resets the
end of file(EOF) indicator. When a stream function fails either because of an error or if the end of the file(EOF) has been reached, one of these internal indicators may be set.
void clearerr(FILE *stream);
int main ()
if (ferror (fil))
printf ("ERROR!! No Write Permission\n");
if (!ferror (fil))
printf ("ERROR!! Cleared\n");
ERROR!! No Write Permission
No ERROR!! File has read permission
In the above example a stream "fil" is used to open the file "clearerreg1.txt" with "readonly" permission.
The "fputc" function tries to write a character "x" which triggers an error that is cleared by the "clearerr()" .
C++ is one of the most used programming languages in the world. Also known as "C with Classes".
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