Re: Read/write binary files in Linux and Windows
- From: nospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Richard Maine)
- Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2007 11:16:51 -0700
AnotherSquid <mai@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Oct 24, 2:33 am, nos...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Richard Maine) wrote:
2. The language provides a portable facility to determine the needed
recl value. Use that instead of assuming any particular units of
measure. See the INQUIRE statement - in particular the form with recl=.
If this actually works, I'd be keen to know exactly how.
Ah. Sorry, I got the specifier name wrong doing it from memory. It is
IOLENGTH instead of RECL. And that's a whole different syntax in
inquire. Since there is a recl in the wrong syntax version, that
probably mislead you. For iolength,
1. You do *NOT* use it on a file. You specify the iolength specifier
instead of a unit number - not in addition to one.
2. You need an iolist. The result will be the recl value that is
appropriate for that iolist.
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