There are only a few more functions that I want to go over before finishing off this chapter. These three functions are commonly used in file situations, both on a computer and on a web site. They are simple to use, and all return a Boolean value. If the function is successful, the function returns true; if it is false, the function returns false.
The first function copies:
When using the copy function, the program knows already that the source file needs to be opened for reading and the destination file needs to be open for writing. Because of this, the function does not require that you pass in a handle of a file, but just the filename. The function actually ...