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1.73.7 FileDescriptor: built ins

fileIn
File in the contents of the receiver. During a file in operation, global variables (starting with an uppercase letter) that are not declared don't yield an `unknown variable' error. Instead, they are defined as nil in the `Undeclared' dictionary (a global variable residing in Smalltalk). As soon as you add the variable to a namespace (for example by creating a class) the Association will be removed from Undeclared and reused in the namespace, so that the old references will automagically point to the new value.


fileOp: ioFuncIndex
Private - Used to limit the number of primitives used by FileStreams


fileOp: ioFuncIndex ifFail: aBlock
Private - Used to limit the number of primitives used by FileStreams.


fileOp: ioFuncIndex with: arg1
Private - Used to limit the number of primitives used by FileStreams


fileOp: ioFuncIndex with: arg1 ifFail: aBlock
Private - Used to limit the number of primitives used by FileStreams.


fileOp: ioFuncIndex with: arg1 with: arg2
Private - Used to limit the number of primitives used by FileStreams


fileOp: ioFuncIndex with: arg1 with: arg2 ifFail: aBlock
Private - Used to limit the number of primitives used by FileStreams.


fileOp: ioFuncIndex with: arg1 with: arg2 with: arg3
Private - Used to limit the number of primitives used by FileStreams


fileOp: ioFuncIndex with: arg1 with: arg2 with: arg3 ifFail: aBlock
Private - Used to limit the number of primitives used by FileStreams.


fileOp: ioFuncIndex with: arg1 with: arg2 with: arg3 with: arg4
Private - Used to limit the number of primitives used by FileStreams


fileOp: ioFuncIndex with: arg1 with: arg2 with: arg3 with: arg4 ifFail: aBlock
Private - Used to limit the number of primitives used by FileStreams.