int al_fungetc(ALLEGRO_FILE *f, int c)
Introduced in 5.0.0

Ungets a single byte from a file. Pushed-back bytes are not written to the file, only made available for subsequent reads, in reverse order.

The number of pushbacks depends on the backend. The standard I/O backend only guarantees a single pushback; this depends on the libc implementation.

For backends that follow the standard behavior, the pushback buffer will be cleared after any seeking or writing; also calls to al_fseek and al_ftell are relative to the number of pushbacks. If a pushback causes the position to become negative, the behavior of al_fseek and al_ftell are undefined.

See also: al_fgetc, al_get_errno

Examples: ex_memfile