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Question[solved] Declare & Use Gobal Variable in C (Just like Singleton Variable) Pin
Django_Untaken9-May-17 2:42
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Hello all. I am trying to re-use a file pointer at the start of the program and then close this when program is shutting down, after some work with it. So far I have come up with this
globals.h
=========
extern FILE* ptrLogFile;

file1.c
=======
#include "globals.h"
FILE* ptrLogFile = fopen("RequestsLog.log", "a+");

file2.c
========
#include "globals.h"
FILE* ptrLogFile = fopen("RequestsLog.log", "a+");

file3.c
========
#include "globals.h"

fclose(ptrLogFile);

But this is not what I am looking for. I want to initialize, using fopen(), the ptrLogFile just once (may be in globals.h?) and then re-use it in file1.c and file2.c as long as I want. Finally close it in file3.c when the program is shutting down. How do I do this? Thanks

modified 9-May-17 9:17am.

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