Chapter 21. Streams [chap-21]

Table of Contents

21.1. Interactive Streams sec_21-1-1-1-3
21.1.1. Initialization of Standard Streams
21.2. Terminal interaction
21.2.1. Command line editing with GNU readline
21.2.2. Macro EXT:WITH-KEYBOARD
21.3. Binary Input and Output
21.3.1. Binary input, READ-BYTE, EXT:READ-INTEGER & EXT:READ-FLOAT
21.3.2. Binary output, WRITE-BYTE, EXT:WRITE-INTEGER & EXT:WRITE-FLOAT
21.4. Bulk Input and Output
21.4.1. Bulk Input
21.4.2. Bulk Output
21.4.3. Rationale
21.5. Non-Blocking Input and Output
21.6. Newline Convention
21.6.1. Should programs output a newline before or after each line of output?
21.6.2. Analysis
21.6.3. Conclusion
21.6.4. Solution
21.6.5. Elastic Newline Analysis
21.7. Function STREAM-EXTERNAL-FORMAT
21.8. Function STREAM-ELEMENT-TYPE
21.8.1. Binary input from *STANDARD-INPUT*
21.9. Function EXT:MAKE-STREAM
21.10. Function FILE-POSITION
21.11. Function EXT:ELASTIC-NEWLINE
21.12. Function OPEN
21.13. Function CLEAR-INPUT
21.14. Function CLOSE
21.15. Function OPEN-STREAM-P
21.16. Class BROADCAST-STREAM
21.17. Functions EXT:MAKE-BUFFERED-INPUT-STREAM and EXT:MAKE-BUFFERED-OUTPUT-STREAM
21.18. Function EXT:STREAM-HANDLES

These notes document CLISP version 2.49+Last modified: 2016-09-05