Examples The following example opens a file for reading and writing. IO; using namespace System::
Append Append Append Append 6 Opens the file if it exists and seeks to the end of the file, or creates a new file. This requires Append permission. Append can be used only in conjunction with FileAccess.
Trying to seek to a position before the end of the file throws an IOException exception, and any attempt to read fails and throws a NotSupportedException exception. Create Create Create Create 2 Specifies that the operating system should create a new file.
If the file already exists, it will be overwritten. This requires Write permission. Create is equivalent to requesting that if the file does not exist, use CreateNew ; otherwise, use Truncate.
If the file already exists but is a hidden file, an UnauthorizedAccessException exception is thrown. If the file already exists, an IOException exception is thrown.
Open Open Open Open 3 Specifies that the operating system should open an existing file. The ability to open the file is dependent on the value specified by the FileAccess enumeration.
A FileNotFoundException exception is thrown if the file does not exist. If the file is opened with FileAccess. Read, Read permission is required. If the file access is FileAccess.
Write, Write permission is required. ReadWrite, both Read and Write permissions are required. Truncate Truncate Truncate Truncate 5 Specifies that the operating system should open an existing file.
When the file is opened, it should be truncated so that its size is zero bytes. Attempts to read from a file opened with FileMode. Truncate cause an ArgumentException exception. Read Remarks For an example of creating a file and writing text to a file, see How to: Write Text to a File.
For an example of reading text from a file, see How to: Read Text from a File. For an example of reading from and writing to a binary file, see How to: FileMode parameters control whether a file is overwritten, created, opened, or some combination thereof. Use Open to open an existing file.
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