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Class type Netchannels.compl_out_channel

class type compl_out_channel = object .. end

Further methods usually supported by ocamlnet channel implementations. These methods are only reasonable when the channel is of blocking type, i.e. waits for output readiness when the underlying resource currently cannot process enough data. Implementations may choose to fail when they detect the channel is non-blocking.

method really_output : Stdlib.Bytes.t -> int -> int -> unit

Writes exactly as many octets to the channel as the second int argument specifies. The octets are taken from the string position denoted by the first int argument.

method really_output_string : string -> int -> int -> unit

Same for strings

method output_char : char -> unit

Writes exactly one character

method output_bytes : Stdlib.Bytes.t -> unit

Writes exactly the passed string

method output_string : string -> unit

Writes exactly the passed string

method output_byte : int -> unit

Writes exactly one byte passed as integer code

method output_buffer : Stdlib.Buffer.t -> unit

Writes exactly the contents of the buffer

method output_channel : ?len:int -> in_obj_channel -> unit

Writes the contents of an in_obj_channel until the end of the input channel is reached.

len : If passed, at most this number of octets are read from the input channel and written to this channel.
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