Documentation for routine slurp
Documentation for routine slurp, assembled from the following types:
Slurps the contents of the entire file into a
:enc optional named parameters, with the same meaning as open(). The routine will
fail if the file does not exist, or is a directory.
# read entire file as (Unicode) Strmy = slurp "path/to/file";# read entire file as Latin1 Strmy = slurp "path/to/file", enc => "latin1";# read entire file as Bufmy = slurp "path/to/file", :bin;
method slurp(IO::Handle: : = False)
Returns all the content from the current file position to the end. If the invocant is in binary mode, will return Buf, otherwise will decode the content using invocant's current
.encoding and return a Str.
:$close is set to
True, will close the handle when finished reading.
Note: On Rakudo this method was introduced with release 2017.04.
(my = 'foo'.IO).spurt: 'foo';(my = 'bar'.IO).spurt: 'bar';IO::CatHandle.new( , ).slurp.say; # OUTPUT: «foobar␤»IO::CatHandle.new(:bin, , ).slurp.say; # OUTPUT: «Buf[uint8]:0x<66 6f 6f 62 61 72>␤»IO::CatHandle.new .slurp.say; # OUTPUT: «Nil␤»
multi method slurp(IO::Path: :, :)