Closes the current StringWriter and the underlying stream.
[Visual Basic] Overrides Public Sub Close() [C#] public override void Close(); [C++] public: void Close(); [JScript] public override function Close();
For an example of creating a file and writing text to a file, see Writing Text to a File. For an example of reading text from a file, see Reading Text from a File. For an example of reading from and writing to a binary file, see Reading and Writing to a Newly Created Data File.
This method overrides Stream.Close.
This implementation of Close calls the Dispose method passing a true value.
Flushing the stream will not flush its underlying encoder unless you explicitly call Close. Setting AutoFlush to true means that data will be flushed from the buffer to the stream, but the encoder state will not be flushed. This allows the encoder to keep its state (partial characters) so that it can encode the next block of characters correctly. This scenario affects UTF8 and UTF7 where certain characters can only be encoded after the encoder receives the adjacent character or characters.
[Visual Basic, C#, C++] This code example is part of a larger example provided for the System.IO.StringWriter.StringWriter1 constructor.
[Visual Basic] strWriter.Close() ' Since the StringWriter is closed, an exception will ' be thrown if the Write method is called. However, ' the StringBuilder can still manipulate the string. strBuilder.Insert(0, "Invalid ") Console.WriteLine(strWriter.ToString()) [C#] strWriter.Close(); // Since the StringWriter is closed, an exception will // be thrown if the Write method is called. However, // the StringBuilder can still manipulate the string. strBuilder.Insert(0, "Invalid "); Console.WriteLine(strWriter.ToString()); [C++] strWriter->Close(); // Since the StringWriter is closed, an exception will // be thrown if the Write method is called. However, // the StringBuilder can still manipulate the string. strBuilder->Insert(0, S"Invalid "); Console::WriteLine(strWriter->ToString());
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Platforms: Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows 2000, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional, Windows Server 2003 family, .NET Compact Framework, Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) Standard