Defined in header <cstdio>
int fseek( std::FILE* stream, long offset, int origin );
Sets the file position indicator for the file stream
stream as follows:
stream is open in binary mode, the new position is exactly
offset bytes measured from the beginning of the file if
origin is SEEK_SET, from the current file position if
origin is SEEK_CUR, and from the end of the file if
origin is SEEK_END. Some binary streams may not support the SEEK_END.
stream is open in text mode, the only supported values for
offset are zero (which works with any
origin) and a value returned by an earlier call to std::ftell on a stream associated with the same file (which only works with
origin of SEEK_SET.
In addition to changing the file position indicator,
fseek undoes the effects of std::ungetc and clears the end-of-file status, if applicable.
If a read or write error occurs, the error indicator for the stream (std::ferror) is set and the file position is unaffected.
|stream||-||file stream to modify|
|offset||-||number of characters to shift the position relative to origin|
|origin||-|| position to which |
 Return value
0 upon success, nonzero value otherwise.
|This section is incomplete|
Reason: no example
 See also
| moves the file position indicator to a specific location in a file |
| gets the file position indicator |
| returns the current file position indicator |
| moves the file position indicator to the beginning in a file |
C documentation for fseek