FEOF()

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Purpose

Function to check if the file pointer is at the end of an ASCII file

Syntax

FEOF(<expN>)

See Also

FCLOSE(), FCREATE(), FERROR(), FFLUSH(), FGETS(), FOPEN(), FPUTS(), FREAD(), FSEEK(), FWRITE()

Description

The FEOF() returns a logical true (.T.) if the file pointer is at the end of the specified ASCII file. The ASCII file is specified by its file handle <expN>. The file handle should be assigned to a memory variable when the file is opened with the FCREATE() or FOPEN() functions.

Example

open database southwind
use shippers
copy to ship.txt type csv
fd=fopen("ship.txt")
 
do while .t.
	cGetLine = fgets(fd)
	if feof(fd)
		exit
	else
		// process
	endif
enddo
fclose(fd)