Function FSeek() Foundation
Positions the file pointer within a file.
FSeek( <nHandle>, <nOffset>, [<nOrigin>] ) --> nPosition
|Constant||Origin point for file pointer|
|FS_SET *)||beginning of file|
|FS_RELATIVE||current position of file pointer|
|FS_END||end of file|
FSeek() returns an integer numeric value corresponding to the position of the file pointer relative to the start of the file.
The low level file function FSeek() moves the file pointer of an open file forward or backward. The contents of the file are not read. The initial position from which the file pointer is moved is specified by <nOrigin> and can be the beginning of the file, end of the file, or current position of the file pointer. FSeek() returns the new position of the file pointer.
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