file number

file number
atverto failo numeris statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Numeris, priskiriamas failui, kai jis atveriamas. Priklauso nuo įtaiso, su kuriuo susiejamas failas, pavyzdžiui, Linukso sistemoje įvedimo failui priskiriamas 0, o išvedimo – 1. Vartojamas atvertam failui identifikuoti. atitikmenys: angl. file descriptor; file handle; file number

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