NET Response. BinaryWrite Use the Response. BinaryWrite method in ASP. NET to write binary data. BinaryWrite outputs binary data to the Response.
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This C example uses the Response. BinaryWrite method in ASP. This method writes binary data. BinaryWrite outputs binary data to the Response. It is used to write a byte array—which can represent a file cached in memory.
We look at the basics of BinaryWrite. We explore its performance—and how it uses an abstract method call. BinaryWrite performance test result Response. Write: BinaryWrite: And you may need to retest it. Here we see the general style of code you can use to write binary data to the Response in ASP. Statements below show BinaryWrite and OutputStream. The two parts do the same thing. This is rendered in the browser window. IO; using System. Write byteArray, 0, byteArray.
NET, meaning it can be accessed directly. Alternatively, you can use base. Response or HttpContext. There is more research on this site about HttpContext. You can see that BinaryWrite simply receives the byte buffer. It then calls OutputStream. Write with three parameters based on the buffer.
Info: BinaryWrite is a public instance method. Write is an abstract method. Stream::Write uint8, int32, int32 Benchmark.
Here we see a micro-benchmark in ASP. Keep in mind that OutputStream. Write is an abstract method on the Stream. The micro-benchmark compares 3 million calls on each method, and this is repeated 50 times for a good sample. The debugger was disabled and Release mode was used. The times were Diagnostics; using System. Text; using System. Web; using System. UI; using System. Write b, 0, b. ElapsedMilliseconds; r. ClearContent ; builder.
Append ms1. Append ms2. Write builder. NET applications all use BinaryWrite. I have seen other sites that also constantly use it. I felt this article might help many developers make small improvements. First we saw some basic usage of it, and then we looked into its implementation. Finally, the performance of the method was tested. And: We examined the micro-benchmark.
We found using OutputStream. Write is more efficient.
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