Contains types that facilitate reading from and writing to data streams.
Exposes static methods for creating, moving, and enumerating through directories and subdirectories. This class cannot be inherited.
Exposes instance methods for creating, moving, and enumerating through directories and subdirectories. This class cannot be inherited.
Provides static methods for the creation, copying, deletion, moving, and opening of files, and aids in the creation of FileStream objects.
|FileEnum||Contains members for working with files.|
|FileEnumerator||Exposes the file enumerator, which supports a simple iteration over a collection.|
Provides instance methods for the creation, copying, deletion, moving, and opening of files, and aids in the creation of FileStream objects. This class cannot be inherited.
Exposes a Stream around a file, supporting both synchronous and asynchronous read and write operations.
Provides the base class for both FileInfo and DirectoryInfo objects.
|IOException||The exception that is thrown when an input/output (I/O) error occurs.|
Creates a stream whose backing store is memory.
Performs operations on String instances that contain file or directory path information. These operations are performed in a cross-platform manner.
|Stream||Provides a generic view of a sequence of bytes.|
Implements a TextReader that reads characters from a byte stream in a particular encoding.
Implements a TextWriter for writing characters to a stream in a particular encoding.
Represents a reader that can read a sequential series of characters.
Represents a writer that can write a sequential series of characters. This class is abstract.
Defines constants for read, write, or read/write access to a file.|
Provides attributes for files and directories.
|FileEnumFlags||Contains values to represent files and directories.|
Specifies how the operating system should open a file.
Contains constants for controlling the kind of access other FileStream objects can have to the same file.
|SeekOrigin||Provides the fields that represent reference points for seeking in data streams.|
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