SetHEAD #ch, adr


HEADER (DIY Toolkit - Vol F)

The command SetHEAD is the counterpart of GetHEAD and is normally used in conjunction with it. So please refer to GetHEAD for further information about the syntax and usage. There is just one difference you must keep in mind: whilst GetHEAD does not care in which mode (read only or read and write) a file was opened, SetHEAD does. It expects that the channel was opened with OPEN, FOPEN etc but not with OPEN_IN or FOP_IN.


See GetHEAD.