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This method creates a temporary binary file and returns its file pointer.
The file pointer of the file created; null if the function fails.
Clib.tmpfile() creates and opens a temporary binary file and returns its file pointer. The file pointer, and the temporary file, are automatically removed when the file is closed or when the program exits. The location of the temporary file depends on the implementation of Clib on the operating system in use.
For an example, see Clib.fgets() Method.