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Stored procedures
Splits a file into several files. The created files can be merged into a single file by fMerge.
Example
// Splits the Video.avi file
fSplit("Video.avi", 100*1024*1024, "SplitVideo")
IF ErrorOccurred THEN
// Displays the error message
Error(ErrorInfo())
RETURN
END
 
// The "SplitVideo.001" and "SplitVideo.002" files have been created
// Delete the source file ("Video.avi")
fDelete("Video.avi")
 
// Uses the "SplitVideo.001" and "SplitVideo.002" files
// to re-create the "Video.avi" file
fMerge("SplitVideo", "Video.avi")
IF ErrorOccurred THEN
// Displays the error message
Error(ErrorInfo())
RETURN
END
Syntax
<Result> = fSplit(<File name> , <Maximum size> [, <Output file> [, <Option> [, <Progress Bar control>]]])
<Result>: Integer
  • Number of created files,
  • 0 if an error occurs. To get more details on the error, use ErrorInfo with the errMessage constant.
<File name>: Character string
Full name of file to split.
<Maximum size>: Integer
Maximum size (in bytes) of each created file. This size must be greater than 0.
<Output file>: Optional character string
Full path of the files to create. The created files will correspond to the specified name followed by a ".xxx" extension where xxx corresponds to the subscript of the created file.
By default, <Output file> corresponds to <File name>.
<Option>: Optional Integer constant
The source file is kept during the split operation. You have the ability to specify the following split option:
fDeleteSourceThe source file will be deleted as the split operation goes along.
Caution: If an error occurs, the source file will be LOST and cannot be retrieved.
<Progress Bar control>: Optional control name
Name of Progress Bar control, used to show the progress of the split operation.
Remarks
  • fOpen cannot be used on a multi-part file. Before using fOpen, the original file must be created again with fMerge.
    Remark: When used on a piece of file, fOpen allows you to access the subfile corresponding to the piece of file.
  • The function will return an error if an existing file and one of the sub-files to create have the same name.
  • The number of files that can be created cannot exceed 10 000.
Component: wd270std.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 19
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