C Exercises: Create a file and input text

C File Handling : Exercise-1 with Solution

Write a program in C to create and store information in a text file.

Sample Solution:

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
int main()
   char str[1000];
   FILE *fptr;
   char fname[20]="test.txt";

    printf("\n\n Create a file (test.txt) and input text :\n");
      printf(" Error in opening file!");
   printf(" Input a sentence for the file : ");
   fgets(str, sizeof str, stdin);
   printf("\n The file %s created successfully...!!\n\n",fname);
   return 0;

Sample Output:

 Create a file (test.txt) and input text :                                                                    
 Input a sentence for the file : This is the content of the file test.txt                                     
 The file test.txt created successfully...!! 


Flowchart: Create a file (test.txt) and input text

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