How can i delete a file, Computer Engineering

The Standard C Library function is removing. (This is thus one of the few questions in this section for which the answer is not ''It's system-dependent.'') On older, pre-ANSI Unix systems, remove may not exist, in which case you can try unlink.                

 

 

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