Re: fopen/fwrite vs CreateFile/WriteFile in WindowsCE 5.0
- From: "Rain" <joechou@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2006 10:29:57 +0800
Thank you very much for all of you.
"Voidcoder" <voidcoder@xxxxxxxxx> ¦b¶l¥ó
No, I mean that stdin/out file functions are implementednews:%23qPyqYjXGHA.3448@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
(in coredll.dll) as simple wrappers over the Windows
I/O API. I.e. when you call fopen() function this will
finally result into CreateFile() API call, when you call
fread() function this results into ReadFile() API call,
"Rain" <joechou@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Did you mean if I compile the application (which uses fopen/fwrite)
themMSFT complier (like EVC), The MSFT complier will automatically convert
I wonder how it is using Create/Write API internally.
"Rain" <joechou@xxxxxxxxxx> ¦b¶l¥ó
Is anybody know the difference which use fopen/fwrite and
CreateFile/WriteFile in WindowsCE 5.0 ?
Performance different ? Memory leak ?