.bak files

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sometimes the .bak file is created in c and sometimes not.
is it correct ? then why so ?

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The .bak file will get created where it is told to get created by the application or script. Check how this was set up.

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@ Tom, might be right. .bak, this is a copy of a file created by a programme as a precautionary measure. This type of file is not essential; it can be deleted but can be kept it as back-up. Though the Q is still confusing and require more details!

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  • TomLiotta
    For what kind of system? And which C compiler? Are you asking about the compiler or about some C application that you run? I would expect a .bak file to be some kind of backup version. I can imagine a C compiler generating backup versions of source code and even of an executable. Tom
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  • Technochic
    Please provide the details of the software and version. Are these SQL backups or soemthing else? Thanks.
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