Class Specialization
Stripes a file across multiple files.
File<Chained<FileCount, TFile> >
Include Headers
The number of files used for striping.
Default: 2
Underlying File type.
Default: File<>, see File.
This file type uses a software striping without redundance (see RAID0) to accelerate I/O access when using more than one disks.
Striped files should only be used in Pools or external Strings as they only support block operations and no random accesses.
Specialization of
asyncReadAtAsynchronously loads records from a specific position in a file. (File)
asyncWriteAtAsynchronously saves records to a specific position in a file. (File)
cancelCancels an asynchronous request. (File)
closeCloses a file. (File)
flushWaits for all open requests to complete. (File)
openOpens a file. (File)
openTempOpens a temporary file. (File)
readLoads records from a file. (File)
readAtLoads records from a specific position in a file. (File)
resizeResizes a container. If the new length exceeds the old length the new elements are filled with copies of value. (File)
rewindSets the current file pointer to the beginning. (File)
seekChanges the current file pointer. (File)
setEofSets the file end to the current pointer. (File)
sizeGets the file size. (File)
tellGets the current file pointer. (File)
writeSaves records to a file. (File)
writeAtSaves records to a specific position in a file. (File)
SeqAn - Sequence Analysis Library -

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