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Some programs have files that need to be 'opened' , written to, and closed. So what are the differences and why do we need to do

I know i asked the question ..but i want other normal non-programmers to know the reasons too! When you open a file using programmatic codes <usually during the design phase of the program file>, you are telling the program to open it in order to read the file. When we 'read' a file, we can use the data in that file to be pasted, copied, appended or added to another file,.. and when we can achieve this, we can control how a program works with a file. Since all files are contained in programs and all files contain data.. by changing/merging or editing/copying data in files means we can manipulate data!.. and so working with files allows us to control data and do a lot of other things!

10/22/2016 5:05:19 PM

Syed Mahmood Burhan Sharif

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Is this a question? And if yes, can you explain further what exactly did you ask because I can't understand. You describe correct things and facts but where is the question?