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f_flush()

[FreeRTOS Embedded File System API]

header_file.h
unsigned char f_flush( F_FILE *pxFileHandle );
		

Ensure all the data that has been altered in a FAT file is comitted to the disk.

Parameters:

pxFileHandle   The handle of the file being flushed. The handle is returned by the call to f_open() used to originally open the file.

Returns:
F_NO_ERROR   All data associated with the file was comitted to the disk.

Any other value   The file could not be flushed. The return value holds the error code.

See also

f_read(), f_write(), f_open(), f_close().

Example usage:


void vSampleFunction( void )
{
F_FILE *pxFile;
char *pcString = "ABC";

/* Open the file afile.bin for writing. */
pxFile = f_open( "afile.bin","w" );
if( pxFile != NULL )
{
/* Write three bytes to the opened file. */
f_write( pcString, strlen( pcString ), 1, pxFile );

/* Flush the file to ensure the data is commited before continuing. */
f_flush( pxFile );

/*
* Other file accesses can occur here before the file is evenutally
* closed using a call to f_close().
*/

}
}

Example use of the f_flush() API function
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