binostream provides an output-only binary stream.
void writeInt(Int val, unsigned int size);
size(in bytes) to the stream.
void writeFloat(Float f, FType ft);
ftto the stream. Refer to the list of public types of the
binioclass for information about what floating-point formats are supported.
If the requested floating-point type is not supported by your
writeFloat() tries to convert it. This is not
always possible and an
Unsupported error is issued if the
conversion fails and nothing is written to the stream in this case.
unsigned long writeString(const char *str, unsigned long amount = 0);
unsigned long writeString(const std::string &str);
stringobjects are supported.
The standard C version takes a pointer
str to the
ASCIIZ string to write as first argument and an optional
amount, which specifies the number of
characters to write from that string. If it is omitted, the whole
string is written to the stream.
string object version, the only argument is the
string object, containing the string to write.
Both methods return the number of characters actually written to the stream (which should only differ from the value you wanted to write when an error occured).
virtual void putByte(Byte)