File updating translate

Examples -- charin(text_file,5) /* reads the next five characters from file text_file */ charin(text_file,1,5) /* reads first five characters from file text_file */ charin(text_file,1,0) /* positions the read pointer to the start of text_file and does not read in any characters */ CHAROUT([name] [,[string] [,start) Writes the characters of string to the output stream specified by name, starting at position start.Returns the number of characters remaining after the output attempt; a return of 0 means a successful write.Examples -- b2x(11000010) == C2 b2x(111) == 7 CENTER(string, length [,pad]) --or--CENTRE(string, length [,pad]) Returns a string of the length specified by length with the string centered within it. To move the read pointer for a persistent stream without reading any input, specify a read length of 0.Characters of type pad are added to achieve the required length. If length number of characters cannot be returned, the program waits until they become available, or else the NOTREADY condition is raised and charin returns with fewer characters than requested.If your language is not listed in the Localization field in Preferences dialog, then you have to do the following steps to test your translation: Note: Removing the native will restore English version.You can contact me, if you want your translation included in the future release.

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Examples -- charin(text_file,5) /* reads the next five characters from file text_file */ charin(text_file,1,5) /* reads first five characters from file text_file */ charin(text_file,1,0) /* positions the read pointer to the start of text_file and does not read in any characters */ CHAROUT([name] [,[string] [,start]]) Writes the characters of string to the output stream specified by name, starting at position start.

Returns the number of characters remaining after the output attempt; a return of 0 means a successful write.

Examples -- b2x(11000010) == C2 b2x(111) == 7 CENTER(string, length [,pad]) --or--CENTRE(string, length [,pad]) Returns a string of the length specified by length with the string centered within it. To move the read pointer for a persistent stream without reading any input, specify a read length of 0.

Characters of type pad are added to achieve the required length. If length number of characters cannot be returned, the program waits until they become available, or else the NOTREADY condition is raised and charin returns with fewer characters than requested.

If your language is not listed in the Localization field in Preferences dialog, then you have to do the following steps to test your translation: Note: Removing the native will restore English version.

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Examples -- charout(text_file, Hello) /* writes Hello to text_file and returns 0 */ charout(, Hello) /* writes Hello to default output, the display */ charout(text_file,,1) /* positions the write file pointer to start of the text_file (& does not write anything) */ CHARS([name]) Returns the number of characters remaining to be read in stream name.

To position the write pointer, specify start and omit string.

A start value of 1 is the beginning of an output file.

In the ANSI-1996 standard, chars may alternatively return 1 when any number of characters remain to be read.

Always returns 0 if there are no characters left to read.

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