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Date Posted: 17:42:32 08/15/01 Wed
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Saving Files
In reply to: Paul 's message, "Saving Files" on 15:05:49 08/15/01 Wed

Hi Paul,

I have noticed that under some circumtances, including a disk full, files of 0 bytes length may be created. The only sure way is to check for free space before saving.

I have to investigate this for every file format, as the I/O routines are different for each format. Which format did you have this problem with?

Best regards,


>I have run out of space on my drive, but I can still
>save files. It appears that SaveToFile and
>AppendToFile do not give errors when running out of
>hard drive space. If the file was created but had zero
>length I could test for this but a partial save just
>gives an bad format are similar error when I attempt
>to reload image.
>Is there any way to check this or am I missing

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