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Inside Macintosh: Programmer's Guide to MacApp / Part 2 - Working With MacApp

Chapter 27 -
Working With Streams

This chapter provides a brief description of the basic mechanism for reading and writing document data to a stream. It also includes a recipe and sample code that demonstrate how to

MacApp's stream mechanism and classes are described in "Streams," beginning on page 50 in Chapter 3, "Core Technologies."

For a more complete example of how to read and write a document, see "Recipe--Using a Document Class With a Text-Editing View," beginning on page 434.

Chapter Contents
Writing a Document to a File Stream
Reading a Document From a Stream
Recipe--Using a Handle Stream to Write Text to a Handle
Create a Handle
Create and Initialize a Handle Stream
Write Text Data to the Handle Stream
Free the Handle Stream
Using the Handle Data

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