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Name

saveBytes()

Examples
byte[] nums = { 0, 34, 5, 127, 52};

// Writes the bytes to a file
saveBytes("numbers.dat", nums);
Description As the opposite of loadBytes(), this function will write an entire array of bytes to a file. The data is saved in binary format. This file is saved to the sketch's folder, which is opened by selecting "Show Sketch Folder" from the "Sketch" menu. Alternatively, the files can be saved to any location on the computer by using an absolute path (something that starts with / on Unix and Linux, or a drive letter on Windows).
Syntax
saveBytes(filename, data)
Parameters
filename String: name of the file to write to
data byte[]: array of bytes to be written
Returnsvoid
RelatedloadStrings()
loadBytes()
saveStrings()
Updated on November 10, 2017 05:36:28pm EST

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