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BufferedFileReader & BufferedFileWriter: extending BinaryReader and BinaryWriter using BufferedStream

, 16 Mar 2011
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Unless I'm wrong, the FileStream is buffered, no?
Unless I'm wrong, the FileStream is buffered, no?

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GeneralYes. The ReadStruct<T> function may help me for some situati... PinmemberWhiteRose161117-Mar-11 2:09 
GeneralHi Olivier, I don't think your class is faster. For FileStr... PinmemberWhiteRose161115-Mar-11 5:18 
GeneralRe: All right, so just forget about my buffered classes :) You c... PinmemberOlivier Levrey16-Mar-11 23:08 
GeneralYou are not wrong, <CODE>FileStream</CODE> is buffered. The ... PinmemberOlivier Levrey14-Mar-11 23:52 

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