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io_createfile(3)	   Library Functions Manual	      io_createfile(3)

NAME
       io_createfile - create a	file

SYNTAX
       #include	<io.h>

       int io_createfile(int64*	d,const	char* s);

DESCRIPTION
       io_createfile  sets  d to the number of a new descriptor	writing	to the
       disk file named s, and returns 1. If s already existed, it is truncated
       to length 0; otherwise, it is created, with mode	0600.

       If  something  goes wrong, io_createfile	sets errno to indicate the er-
       ror, and	returns	0; it does not create a	new descriptor,	 and  it  does
       not touch d.  (However, it may have truncated or	created	the file.)

SEE ALSO
       io_readfile(3), io_appendfile(3), io_readwritefile(3)

							      io_createfile(3)

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