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Latest revision as of 10:33, 2 January 2019

.VectorScript|VectorScript ..VS:Function Reference|Function Reference ..VS:Function_Reference_Appendix|Appendix


Description

Procedure Write outputs the specified data to an ASCII text file. The variable length parameter list specifies the data to be written to the file.

Parameters may be any valid data type, and data types may be mixed in a single call to the procedure. Write leaves the file pointer positioned at the end of the last data value written to the file; any data subsequently written to the file will be appended to the end of this value.

See the VectorScript Language Guide for details on formatting values using WriteLn.

PROCEDURE Write(
z  :ANY);
def vs.Write(z):
    return None

Parameters

z ANY

Example

VectorScript

Write(Value1);

Writing binary data:

Write of ARRAY OF INTEGER with write two bytes per INTEGER. So, 10 bytes will be written for 'arr'.
This code will produce file with the following bytes(hex): 01 02 FF FE 00 00 00 00 00 00
  arr : ARRAY [1..5] OF INTEGER;
	
  FUNCTION MixBytes(b1, b2: INTEGER) : INTEGER;
  BEGIN
    MixBytes := b1 + b2 * 256;
  END;
BEGIN
  arr[1] := MixBytes( 1, 2 );
  arr[2] := MixBytes( 255, 254 );
  Write(arr);

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