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Where does onlinegdb save the text file we create in the program

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asked Oct 30, 2017 by anonymous
I am very new to programming. Below is the code i have written which creates a file and adds some text to it, I want to open this file on the computer and very if it actually added the text or not. Where does the file gets saved.

#include <stdio.h>

#include <stdlib.h>

int main()


  FILE *fp;

  fp=fopen("bacon.txt", "w");

  fprintf(fp, "I love cheese\n");


  return 0;


1 Answer

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answered Nov 6, 2017 by nick
File is created on server's temporary directory, it is deleted once your program is finished.
if you can to verify the file you created, you can print the content of file via program itself.

here is sample code: https://onlinegdb.com/BJFOmz0C-
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