ADO Stream Object
Stream Object (ADO version 2.5)
The ADO Stream Object is used to read, write, and manage a stream of binary data or text.
A Stream object can be obtained in three ways:
- From a URL pointing to a document, a folder, or a Record object
- By instantiating a Stream object to store data for your application
- By opening the default Stream object associated with a Record object
||Sets or returns a value that specifies into which character set the contents
are to be
translated. This property is only used with text Stream objects (type is
||Returns whether the current position is at the end of the
stream or not
||Sets or returns the line separator character used in a text Stream
||Sets or returns the available permissions for modifying
||Sets or returns the current position (in bytes) from the
beginning of a Stream object
||Returns the size of an open Stream
||Returns a value describing if the Stream object is open or
||Sets or returns the type of data in a Stream object
||Cancels an execution of an Open call on a Stream object
||Closes a Stream object
||Copies a specified number of characters/bytes from one
Stream object into another Stream object
||Sends the contents of the Stream buffer to the associated
||Loads the contents of a file into a Stream object
||Opens a Stream object
||Reads the entire stream or a specified number of bytes from
a binary Stream object
||Reads the entire stream, a line, or a specified number of
characters from a text Stream object
||Saves the binary contents of a Stream object to a file
||Sets the current position to be the end of the stream (EOS)
||Skips a line when reading a text Stream
||Writes binary data to a binary Stream object
||Writes character data to a text Stream object
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