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4 giga byte limit in stdio.h

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when I look at stdio.h function for accessing file,the type that
represent location of the file
file size etc is long which in win32 platform===fbytes==4Giga byte
file.
How can handle files larger that that(in windows and other platform).
Thanx.
Kat.

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ka*****@gmail.com said:
when I look at stdio.h function for accessing file,the type that
represent location of the file
file size etc is long which in win32 platform===fbytes==4Giga byte
file.
How can handle files larger that that(in windows and other platform).
This limit is imposed not by C but by your implementation. Consult your
implementation's documentation, or find a newsgroup devoted to your
implementation or platform.

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