BinaryWriter.Write Method

Writes a value to the current stream.

This member is overloaded. For complete information about this member, including syntax, usage, and examples, click a name in the overload list.

  Name Description
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Boolean) Writes a one-byte Boolean value to the current stream, with 0 representing false and 1 representing true.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Byte) Writes an unsigned byte to the current stream and advances the stream position by one byte.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Byte[]) Writes a byte array to the underlying stream.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Char) Writes a Unicode character to the current stream and advances the current position of the stream in accordance with the Encoding used and the specific characters being written to the stream.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Char[]) Writes a character array to the current stream and advances the current position of the stream in accordance with the Encoding used and the specific characters being written to the stream.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Decimal) Writes a decimal value to the current stream and advances the stream position by sixteen bytes.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Double) Writes an eight-byte floating-point value to the current stream and advances the stream position by eight bytes.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Int16) Writes a two-byte signed integer to the current stream and advances the stream position by two bytes.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Int32) Writes a four-byte signed integer to the current stream and advances the stream position by four bytes.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Int64) Writes an eight-byte signed integer to the current stream and advances the stream position by eight bytes.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(SByte) Writes a signed byte to the current stream and advances the stream position by one byte.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Single) Writes a four-byte floating-point value to the current stream and advances the stream position by four bytes.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(String) Writes a length-prefixed string to this stream in the current encoding of the BinaryWriter, and advances the current position of the stream in accordance with the encoding used and the specific characters being written to the stream.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(UInt16) Writes a two-byte unsigned integer to the current stream and advances the stream position by two bytes.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(UInt32) Writes a four-byte unsigned integer to the current stream and advances the stream position by four bytes.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(UInt64) Writes an eight-byte unsigned integer to the current stream and advances the stream position by eight bytes.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Byte[], Int32, Int32) Writes a region of a byte array to the current stream.
Public method Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Write(Char[], Int32, Int32) Writes a section of a character array to the current stream, and advances the current position of the stream in accordance with the Encoding used and perhaps the specific characters being written to the stream.
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