Java$writeInt

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Writes a integer (32 bits) to a connection in Java format

Writes one or several integer's (32 bits) to a connection in Java format so they will be readable by Java. All data types in Java are signed, i.e. a byte can hold a value in the range [-2147483648,2147483647]. Trying to write a value outside this range will automatically be truncated without a warning.

Keywords
methods, internal
Usage
## Static method (use this):
## Java$writeInt(con, i, ...)

## Don't use the below: # S3 method for Java writeInt(static, con, i, ...)

Arguments
con

Binary connection to be written to.

i

Vector of integers to be written.

See Also

For more information see Java.

Aliases
  • Java$writeInt
  • writeInt.Java
  • Java.writeInt
  • writeInt,Java-method
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