This is the command mh-mkstempmh that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
mkstemp - create a temporary file
/usr/lib/mh/mkstemp [-directory directory] [-prefix prefix] [-suffix suffix] [-version]
mkstemp creates a temporary file using mkstemp(3), or if the -suffix switch is available
and used, mkstemps(3). The file name identifies a unique, newly created file, and always
contains 6 characters that appear to be random.
The -directory switch specifies a directory in which to create the file.
The -prefix switch specifies an initial part, before the 6 characters, of the file name.
The -suffix switch is only supported on platforms that provide the mkstemps(3) library
function. It specifies a suffix to appear after the 6 characters; if it should begin with
a special character such as a period, that must be explicit in suffix.
Unlike arguments to most switches of other nmh commands, the arguments to mkstemp switches
can begin with a dash.
If mkstemp successfully creates the temporary file, it prints the file name on standard
output and exits with status 0. On failure, it prints a diagnostic message on standard
error and exits with status -1.
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