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admin [The IO Commands]
doc:lua_make-your-own-scripts [2019/04/08 18:43] (current)
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 |/​unix-path/​.. |'​direct'​ |Open the given file without Dialog, At success returns the file path, otherwise null  \\ actual either complete path are supported, relative paths or filenames only. Filenames and relative paths are relative to the actual script directory | |/​unix-path/​.. |'​direct'​ |Open the given file without Dialog, At success returns the file path, otherwise null  \\ actual either complete path are supported, relative paths or filenames only. Filenames and relative paths are relative to the actual script directory |
 |URL like ''​HTTP:<​nowiki>//</​nowiki>''​.. |'​html'​ |Reads the URL as input.At ​ success returns the URL, otherwise null | |URL like ''​HTTP:<​nowiki>//</​nowiki>''​.. |'​html'​ |Reads the URL as input.At ​ success returns the URL, otherwise null |
-|URL like ''​HTTP:<​nowiki>//</​nowiki>''​.. |'​json'​ |JSON-RFC call: The parameter ''​file_extension''​ can be a lua table or a JSON string, in case of a lua table, it's translated into a JSON string and send as POST to the given URL. |+|URL like ''​HTTP:<​nowiki>//</​nowiki>''​.. or ''​file:<​nowiki>//</​nowiki>''​..|'​json'​ |JSON-RFC call: The parameter ''​file_extension''​ can be a lua table or a JSON string, in case of a lua table, it's translated into a JSON string and send as POST to the given URL. In case of a file:<​nowiki>//</​nowiki>​- URL, the local file is read as a JSON file |
  
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 +After opening the file with IOInput(), it can be read with ioRead()
  
 === ioRead("​%%*%%line"​) === === ioRead("​%%*%%line"​) ===
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