Binary I O library
Binary I/O library
Portably stores and retrives binary data
'libbinio' uses its own protocol to store and retrieve binary data portably. It uses an fprintf/fscanf interface, exporting eight functions: fputf, vfputf, fgetf, vfgetf, fwputf, vfwputf, fwgetf, and vfwgetf. Rather than using data types such as "16 bits", it uses standard C types and uses printf/scanf-style argument lists (it even uses GNU argument checking if available). It should be a drop-in replacement for printf/scanf and still work perfectly well. It aims to be portable to every C89-conforming implementation, but can use C99 and GNU extensions if available.
DocumentationUser guide available in HTML format from http://libbinio.sourceforge.net/doc/libbinio/1.2/index.html
released on 18 September 2005
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