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QuestionThe 'rename' function gives errno == -1 Pin
Anthony Appleyard20-Jan-13 1:12
Anthony Appleyard20-Jan-13 1:12 
I while ago I wrote a Visual C++ program which included 3 calls of the function 'rename(x,y)' (rename file x as y, where x and y are char*), to swop the names of two files . It works.

x=rename(orig,w); y=rename(cor,orig); z=rename(w,cor);

A day or 2 ago I wrote a similar program which calls the same. And all 3 calls of 'rename' do not rename the file but give result -1 = "unknown error". Please what might cause this?
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