The string stream classes provide a means of turning arbitrary strings
(or "blocks") in memory into a binary stream, similary to what
strstream does in the iostream library.
strstream from the iostream library, these streams
do not support automatic enlarging of the memory area. If the
user tries to write beyond the end of the stream, nothing is actually
written and an
Eof error is issued.
binsbase(void *str, unsigned long len)
binisstream(void *str, unsigned long len)
binosstream(void *str, unsigned long len)
binsstream(void *str, unsigned long len)
stris a pointer to a previously initialized data string in memory.
lenspecifies the length in bytes of the string.
virtual void seek(long pos, Offset offs = Set)
virtual long pos()
binio. Refer to the reference of that class for more information.