Write a string, a carriage-return character, and a linefeed character to an open file, specifying three strongly-typed arguments.
XSharp.Core (in XSharp.Core.dll) Version: 2.17
Syntax Request Example
ptrHandle AS IntPtr,
cBuffer AS STRING,
dwBytes AS DWORD
) AS DWORD
public static uint FPutS3(
- Type: IntPtr
The handle of the file to write to.
- Type: String
The string to write.
- Type: DWord
The number of bytes in cBuffer to write, beginning at the current file pointer position.
The number of bytes written.
If the value returned is equal to dwBytes
+ 2, the operation was successful.
If the return value is less than dwBytes
+ 2 or 0, this means that the length of cBuffer
was less than dwBytes
, or the disk is full, or another error has occurred.
This function is assumed to handle raw binary data and is not dependent upon the status of SetAnsi(). FWriteText() and FWrite4(), on the other hand, are dependent upon SetAnsi().
This example uses FPuts3() to write 5 bytes. The carriage-return/linefeed pair increase the return value by 2:
1ptrHandle := FOpen2("c:\data\sales", FO_READWRITE)
2? FPuts3(ptrHandle, "Line1", 5)