Function to close a file opened for binary file access
The BINCLOSE() function is used to close a binary file which was opened with the BINCREATE() or BINOPEN() functions. Associated buffers are written to the disk as the file is closed. <expN> is the file descriptor returned when the file was opened with either the BINCREATE() or BINOPEN() functions. The binary conversion functions can be used in conjunction with all the binary file functions.
fd = binopen("file.obj", 2) count = binread(fd, 4) count = bin2l(count) count = l2bin(count + 1) binseek(fd, 512, 0) binwrite(fd, count) binclose(fd)