write.adf {adfExplorer}R Documentation

Write an amigaDisk object to an ADF file

Description

Write an amigaDisk object to an Amiga Disk File (ADF) or alternatively to an ADZ file.

Usage

## S4 method for signature 'amigaDisk,ANY'
write.adf(x, file)

## S4 method for signature 'amigaDisk,character'
write.adf(x, file)

## S4 method for signature 'amigaDisk,character'
write.adz(x, file)

Arguments

x

An amigaDisk object that needs to be saved to an ADF file.

file

either a file name to write to, or a file connection, that allows to write binary data (see file). write.adz only accepts a file name.

Details

Use this function to write amigaDisk objects as binary data to so-called Amiga Disk Files (ADF). These files can be used as input for Amiga emulator software.

Alternatively, the object can be saved with 'write.adz', which is essentially a gzipped version of an ADF file.

Value

Writes to an ADF file but returns nothing.

Author(s)

Pepijn de Vries

See Also

Other io.operations: read.adf()

Examples

## Not run: 
## Let's write the example data to an ADF file:
data(adf.example)

## Let's put it in the current working directory:
write.adf(adf.example, "test.adf")

## You can also use file connections to do the same:
con <- file("test2.adf", "wb")
write.adf(adf.example, con)
close(con)

## Last but not least the same object can be saved
## as an adz file:
write.adz(adf.example, "test.3.adz")

## End(Not run)

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