#include <stdio.h>

int fputs( char* string, FILE* file_pointer );

This function writes string to the file referenced by file_pointer. fputs() does not add a newline or append a null terminator to the output. If successful, fputs() returns a non-negative value. If an error occurs, it returns EOF.

See also: puts().

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