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Input-Output

std::ENCODING   used as an option key to specify a text encoding
std::LATIN1   used as a value for specifying a text encoding
std::O_APPEND   the respective POSIX flag used to open files
std::O_CREAT   the respective POSIX flag used to open files
std::O_DSYNC   the respective POSIX flag used to open files
std::O_EXCL   the respective POSIX flag used to open files
std::O_NOFOLLOW   the respective POSIX flag used to open files
std::O_NONBLOCK   the respective POSIX flag used to open files
std::O_RDONLY   the respective POSIX flag used to open files
std::O_RDWR   the respective POSIX flag used to open files
std::O_RSYNC   the respective POSIX flag used to open files
std::O_SYNC   the respective POSIX flag used to open files
std::O_TRUNC   the respective POSIX flag used to open files
std::O_WRONLY   the respective POSIX flag used to open files
std::STDERR_FILENO   the respective POSIX file descriptor number
std::STDIN_FILENO   the respective POSIX file descriptor number
std::STDOUT_FILENO   the respective POSIX file descriptor number
std::UTF8   used as a value for specifying a text encoding
std::close   closes the specified file without returning success status
std::close_file   closes a resource
std::ewrite   writes its arguments (as a single string) to the error output channel
std::ewriteln   writes its arguments and a trailing newline to the error output channel
std::flush   flushes all buffers associated with the resource
std::load   loads data from a file or a network resource
std::open_file   opens a file
std::read_all_from   reads until exhaustion
std::read_from   reads the specified number of bytes
std::read_some_bytes_from   tries to read the specified number of bytes
std::readln   reads a line from the standard input channel
std::terminate   terminate the process and report successfull completion to the parent
std::write   writes its arguments (as a single string) to the standard output channel
std::write_some_bytes_to   tries to write the specified number of bytes
std::write_to   writes its arguments (as a single string) to the specified output channel
std::writeln   writes its arguments and a trailing newline to the standard output channel
std_types::file_descriptor   a posix file descriptor
std_types::file_descriptor/std::close_file   close the file
std_types::file_descriptor/std::read_some_bytes_from   try to read the specified number of bytes
std_types::file_descriptor/std::write_some_bytes_to   try to write the specified number of bytes