Output

class neko.io.OutputAvailable in nekoAn Output is an abstract write. A specific output implementation will only have to override the writeChar and maybe the write, flush and close methods. See File.write and String.write for two ways of creating an Output. function close() : Void function flush() : Void function prepare( nbytes : Int ) : VoidInform that we are about to write at least a specified number of bytes. The underlying implementation can allocate proper working space depending on this information, or simply ignore it. This is not a mandatory call but a tip and is only used in some specific cases. function write( s : String ) : Void function writeBytes( s : String, p : Int, len : Int ) : Int function writeChar( c : Int ) : Void function writeDouble( c : Float ) : Void function writeDoubleB( c : Float ) : Void function writeFloat( c : Float ) : Void function writeFloatB( c : Float ) : Void function writeFullBytes( s : String, pos : Int, len : Int ) : Void function writeInput( i : Input, ?bufsize : Int ) : Void function writeInt16( x : Int ) : Void function writeInt24( x : Int ) : Void function writeInt32( x : Int ) : Void function writeInt8( c : Int ) : Void function writeUInt16( x : Int ) : Void function writeUInt16B( x : Int ) : Void function writeUInt24( x : Int ) : Void function writeUInt24B( x : Int ) : Void function writeUInt32( x : Int ) : Void function writeUInt32B( x : Int ) : Void
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