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Asynchronous I/O that doesn’t get in your way, written in D

MulticastStream.write - multiple declarations

Function MulticastStream.write

Writes an array of bytes to the stream.

ulong write (
  const(ubyte[]) bytes,
  IOMode mode
) @safe;

final abstract void write (
  const(ubyte[]) bytes
) @safe;

final abstract void write (
  const(char[]) bytes
) @safe;

Function MulticastStream.write

Writes an array of bytes to the stream.

ulong write (
  const(ubyte[]) bytes,
  IOMode mode
) @safe;

final abstract void write (
  const(ubyte[]) bytes
) @safe;

final abstract void write (
  const(char[]) bytes
) @safe;

Function OutputStream.write

Pipes an InputStream directly into this OutputStream.

final abstract deprecated void write (
  InputStream stream,
  ulong nbytes = 0LU
) @safe;

The number of bytes written is either the whole input stream when nbytes == 0, or exactly nbytes for nbytes > 0. If the input stream contains less than nbytes of data, an exception is thrown.

Alias MulticastStream.write

class MulticastStream
{
  // ...
  alias write ;
  // ...
}
Authors

Eric Cornelius

Copyright

© 2014-2016 RejectedSoftware e.K.

License

Subject to the terms of the MIT license, as written in the included LICENSE.txt file.