I am trying to share A PNG with ShareActionProvider in Android. When I open the PNG to the Uri, it says there is no file found.
open failed: ENOENT (No such file or directory) even though I have gone into the file system and have seen it myself. I have tried it on my phone and the AVD with the save error. I have looked around but have found no answers.
Assume the OS is linux. Suppose I opened a file for write and get a file descriptor fdw. Is it possible to get another file descriptor fdr, with read-only access to the file without calling open again?
I have a huge text file generated from our system and i need a script that asks the user to specify which file to open, Once the file is open, the script should extract ALL of the XML in that file ONLY and then write it to another file.
The XML needs to be extracted in to the new file, currently it is not arranged very well, so will need some line breaks once i have completed the latte
I am facing issue while reading data from a file in UNIX. my requirement is to compare two files and for the text pattern matching in the 1st file, replace the contents in second file by the contents of first file from start to the end and write the contents to thrid file.
i am able to append the data. but i am seeing junk characters in between.
Is there a way of getting the file system's maximum file size using C/C++? I was planning to check the size of off_t to estimate the max file size, but it feels hacky - anyone know of a better way of doing this? We're working on a file manager that should split a large file into smaller files if the file grows too large for the file system to handle (like a file > 4GB on a 32-bit file system).