Function fgetchar reads a single character from a file.
Using an invalid handle will crash your server! Get a valid handle by using fopen or ftemp.
This function name starts with a lowercase letter.

(File: handle, value, bool: utf8 = true)
int handle The file handle to use; returned by fopen.
int value This parameter has no use, just keep it "0".

{{Param|{{bool]]|utf8|If true, read a character as UTF-8, otherwise as extended ASCII.}}

Return Values:
If succeed, it returns the extended ASCII or UTF-8 value of the character at the current position in the file, otherwise EOF (end of file).

// Open "file.txt" in "read only" mode
new File:handle = fopen("file.txt", io_read),
	// Declare "g_char"
// Check, if "file.txt" is open
	// Read all characters, while ignoring UTF-8.
	while((g_char = fgetchar(handle, 0, false)) != EOF)
		// Print the character
		printf("[ \"file.txt\" ] 0x%x", g_char);
	// Close "file.txt"
	// Error

Related Functions
The following functions may be useful, as they are related to this function in one way or another.
  • fopen: Open a file (to read from or write to).
  • fclose: Close a file.
  • ftemp: Create a temporary file stream.
  • fremove: Remove a file.
  • fwrite: Write to a file.
  • fread: Read a file.
  • fputchar: Put a character in a file.
  • fblockwrite: Write blocks of data into a file.
  • fblockread: Read blocks of data from a file.
  • fseek: Jump to a specific character in a file.
  • flength: Get the file length.
  • fexist: Check, if a file exists.
  • fmatch: Check, if patterns with a file name matches.