Unseen was saying that you cannot only check for file, you can also create them if they don't exist. Take your choice.
KILL does not ask and totally deletes a file unless it was never there.
The file won't be in your "trash" either!
1) In order to OPEN a file, it MUST exist or error
2) In order to read a file, it MUST have data or error.
LOF can tell you that data exists. EOF tells you where the data ends.
Using ANY OPEN mode besides INPUT will create a file. OUTPUT clears all data in the file if there was any.
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|You could...||unseenmachine on Jan 6|