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Last updated at 1:46 pm UTC on 15 January 2016
 StandardFileStream subclasses  
 {CrLfFileStream . MultiByteFileStream}

Consider to use MultiByteFileStream



Question: I want to read from data files created by my stock software, and I know it's in binary mode. Exactly, it's written by some C function as Long or Int32. I can't find a suitable filestream class to deal with it. For example I need a nextLong/nextInt32, nextLongPut:, etc.

Question: Bert Freudenberg October 10, 2004 Just use the standard file stream. Binary reading is implemented in PositionableStream, which is a superclass of all file streams. You need to be careful about endianness, of course.