Pre-requisite: File Handling in C
Given the source and destination text files, the task is to append the content from source file to destination file and then display the content of the destination file.
Input: file1.text This is line one in file1 Hello World. file2.text This is line one in file2 Programming is fun. Output: This is line one in file2 Programming is fun. This is line one in file1 Hello World.
- Open file1.txt and file2.txt with “a+”(append and read) option, so that the previous content of the file is not deleted. If files don’t exist, they will be created.
- Explicitly write a newline (“\n”) to the destination file to enhance readability.
- Write content from source file to destination file.
- Display the contents in file2.txt to console (stdout).
Below is the output of the above program:
Time Complexity: O(N)
Auxiliary Space Complexity: O(1)
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