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Re: How to read txt file and output to display

From: Uwe Damm
Subject: Re: How to read txt file and output to display
Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2019 21:58:10 +0100
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Am 14.03.19 um 21:30 schrieb sb:
I have a txt file which includes a help text for a program that I am trying
to write.
I want to display its contents to the display (i.e. read from txt file and
flush its content to the display) when selected from a menu.
I couldn't find the exact command to do this (if any)?
Most of the commands refer to reading data with delimiters. I want to read
from a simple txt file which includes text (any length and any number of
Is this possible?

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fopen and fgetl should do the job (see > help fgetl)


while(-1 != (a=fgetl(fd)))
    disp (a);

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