Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of ICryptoolStreamUsage


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Timestamp:
Feb 12, 2011, 1:31:27 AM (11 years ago)
Author:
Matthäus Wander
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  • ICryptoolStreamUsage

    v11 v12  
    9797 * You may use CStreamReader.WaitEof() to wait until the writer has closed the stream. When the method returns, the writer has finished and CStreamReader.Length will remain constant.
    9898 * If you don't like the property of CStreamReader.Read(byte[]), that it may return less bytes than requested, you can use CStreamReader.ReadFully(byte[]). Still, when you reach the end of a closed stream it will return less bytes.
    99  * If you're superlazy, CStreamReader.ReadFully() will do all the stream reading and waiting work and deliver everything as a single byte[]. ReadFully() without parameters is terribly inefficient and you may become memory problems when processing large data amounts. Try to avoid it.
     99 * If you're superlazy, CStreamReader.ReadFully() will do all the stream reading and waiting work and deliver everything as a single byte[]. However, it is terribly inefficient and you may become memory problems when processing large data amounts. Try to avoid it.