A File object can be obtained by calling OpenFile(). File objects should be closed with delete or Close(). Note that, "delete file" does not actually a file, it just closes it.
Close the file handle. This is the same as using CloseHandle() or delete.
Reads a line of text from a file.
Reads binary data from a file.
Reads a UTF8 or ANSI string from a file.
Writes binary data to a file.
Writes a binary string to a file.
Writes a line of text to a text file. A newline is automatically appended.
Reads a single int8 (byte) from a file. The returned value is sign- extended to an int32.
Reads a single uint8 (unsigned byte) from a file. The returned value is zero-extended to an int32.
Reads a single int16 (short) from a file. The value is sign-extended to an int32.
Reads a single unt16 (unsigned short) from a file. The value is zero- extended to an int32.
Reads a single int32 (int/cell) from a file.
Writes a single int8 (byte) to a file.
Writes a single int16 (short) to a file.
Writes a single int32 (int/cell) to a file.
Tests if the end of file has been reached.
Sets the file position indicator.
Get the current position in the file; returns -1 on failure.