Whitebeam Object Definition
Load the contents of a file into the binary object.
bool = Binary.load(filename)
The 'Binary.load' method takes 1 parameter:
|Name ||Type/Value ||Range/Length ||Description |
The optional filename to load. This method requires a filename in order to
work. The filename may either have been set through
Binary.fname() or must be set in this call.
The 'Binary.load' method returns bool:
|Type/Value ||Range/Length ||Description |
Returns 'true' if the load is successful, false otherwise.
This method loads the contents of a named file into the binary object data area. The
name of the file to load is specified either as a parameter to this function or
in a previous call to Binary.fname()
The filename for this method is local to the root of the clients virtual server. So for
example "/text.rhtm" locates the file called 'text.rhtm' in the root of the virtual
server that executes the Presentation Page.
(loadtime : 26ms)