Close Method

Applies to TestComplete 15.0, last modified on October 19, 2021

Description

The Close method closes the binary file to which the aqBinaryFile object relates. If the file was opened for writing, the method saves all the changes that were made.

Declaration

aqBinaryFileObj.Close()

aqBinaryFileObj An expression, variable or parameter that specifies a reference to an aqBinaryFile object
Result Boolean

Applies To

The method is applied to the following object:

Result Value

True if the file was closed successfully, and False otherwise.

Example

The code below opens a file for reading, posts its data to the test log in different formats (binary, boolean, and so on) and then closes the file.

JavaScript, JScript

function ReadingDataFromBinaryFile()
{
 Path = "C:\\MyFiles\\FileName.txt";
 
 // Creates a new file and opens it for writing in binary mode
 myFile = aqFile.OpenBinaryFile(Path, aqFile.faWrite, true);
 
 // Writes data to the file
 myFile.WriteBool(false);
 myFile.WriteCurrency(3000000000);
 myFile.WriteDate(aqDateTime.Today());
 myFile.WriteFloat(1543.514)
 myFile.WriteInt(58942);
 myFile.WriteString("Hello!");
 
 // Closes the file
 myFile.Close();
 
 // Opens the file for reading
 myFile = aqFile.OpenBinaryFile(Path, aqFile.faRead);
 
 // Reads data from the file in different formats
 Log.Message("The bolean is: "+ myFile.ReadBool());
 Log.Message("The currency is: "+ myFile.ReadCurrency());
 Log.Message("The date is: " + myFile.ReadDate());
 Log.Message("The float number is: " + myFile.ReadFloat());
 Log.Message("The integer number is: "+ myFile.ReadInt());
 Log.Message("The string is: "+ myFile.ReadString(6));
 
 // Closes the file
 myFile.Close();
}

/*
  The routine produces the following output:
  The bolean is: false
  The currency is: 3000000000
  The date is: Wed Jun 23 00:00:00 UTC+0400 2010
  The float number is: 1543.514
  The integer number is: 58942
  The string is: Hello!
*/

Python

def ReadingDataFromBinaryFile():
  Path = "C:\\MyFiles\\FileName.txt"
  # Creates a new file and opens it for writing in binary mode
  myFile = aqFile.OpenBinaryFile(Path, aqFile.faWrite, True)
  # Writes data to the file
  myFile.Write(False)
  myFile.Write(3000000000) 
  myFile.Write(aqDateTime.Today())
  myFile.Write(1543.514)
  myFile.Write(58942)
  myFile.Write("Hello!")
  # Closes the file
  myFile.Close()
  # Opens the file for reading
  myFile = aqFile.OpenBinaryFile(Path, aqFile.faRead)
  # Reads data from the file in different formats 
  Log.Message("The bolean is: "+ str(myFile.ReadBool()))
  Log.Message("The currency is: "+ str(myFile.ReadCurrency()))
  Log.Message("The date is: " + str(myFile.ReadDate()))
  Log.Message("The float number is: " + str(myFile.ReadFloat()))
  Log.Message("The integer number is: "+ str(myFile.ReadInt()))
  Log.Message("The string is: "+ myFile.ReadString(6))
  # Closes the file
  myFile.Close();

# The routine produces the following output:
# The bolean is: False
# The currency is: 3000000000
# The date is: Wed Jun 23 00:00:00 UTC+0400 2010
# The float number is: 1543.514
# The integer number is: 58942
# The string is: Hello!

VBScript

Sub ReadingDataFromBinaryFile()
Dim Path, myFile
 'Set Path = "C:\MyFiles\FileName.txt"
 
 ' Creates a new file and opens it for writing in binary mode
 Set myFile = aqFile.OpenBinaryFile("C:\MyFiles\FileName.txt", aqFile.faWrite, true)
 
 ' Writes data to the file
 Call myFile.WriteBool(false)
 Call myFile.WriteCurrency(3000000000)
 Call myFile.WriteDate(aqDateTime.Today())
 Call myFile.WriteFloat(1543.514)
 Call myFile.WriteInt(58942)
 Call myFile.WriteString("Hello!")
 
 ' Closes the file
 Call myFile.Close()
 
 ' Opens the file for reading
 Set myFile = aqFile.OpenBinaryFile("C:\MyFiles\FileName.txt", aqFile.faRead)
 
 ' Reads data from the file in different formats
 Call Log.Message("The bolean is: "+ aqConvert.VarToStr(myFile.ReadBool()))
 Call Log.Message("The currency is: "+ aqConvert.CurrencyToStr(myFile.ReadCurrency()))
 Call Log.Message("The date is: " + aqConvert.DateTimeToStr(myFile.ReadDate()))
 Call Log.Message("The float number is: " + aqConvert.FloatToStr(myFile.ReadFloat()))
 Call Log.Message("The integer number is: "+ aqConvert.IntToStr(myFile.ReadInt()))
 Call Log.Message("The string is: "+ myFile.ReadString(6))
 
 ' Closes the file
 Call myFile.Close()
End Sub

' The routine produces the following output:
' The bolean is: false
' The currency is: 3000000000
' The date is: Wed Jun 23 00:00:00 UTC+0400 2010
' The float number is: 1543.514
' The integer number is: 58942
' The string is: Hello!

DelphiScript

procedure ReadingDataFromBinaryFile;
var Path, myFile: OleObject;
begin
 Path := 'C:\MyFiles\FileName.txt';
 
 // Creates a new file and opens it for writing in binary mode
 myFile := aqFile.OpenBinaryFile(Path, aqFile.faWrite, true);
 
 // Writes data to the file
 myFile.WriteBool(false);
 myFile.WriteCurrency(3000000000);
 myFile.WriteDate(aqDateTime.Today());
 myFile.WriteFloat(1543.514);
 myFile.WriteInt(58942);
 myFile.WriteString('Hello!');
 
 // Closes the file
 myFile.Close();
 
 // Opens the file for reading
 myFile := aqFile.OpenBinaryFile(Path, aqFile.faRead);
 
 // Reads data from the file in different formats
 Log.Message('The bolean is: '+ myFile.ReadBool());
 Log.Message('The currency is: '+ myFile.ReadCurrency());
 Log.Message('The date is: ' + myFile.ReadDate());
 Log.Message('The float number is: ' + myFile.ReadFloat());
 Log.Message('The integer number is: '+ myFile.ReadInt());
 Log.Message('The string is: '+ myFile.ReadString(6));
 
 // Closes the file
 myFile.Close();
end;

{
  The routine produces the following output:
  The bolean is: false
  The currency is: 3000000000
  The date is: Wed Jun 23 00:00:00 UTC+0400 2010
  The float number is: 1543.514
  The integer number is: 58942
  The string is: Hello!
}

C++Script, C#Script

function ReadingDataFromBinaryFile()
{
 Path = "C:\\MyFiles\\FileName.txt";
 
 // Creates a new file and opens it for writing in binary mode
 myFile = aqFile["OpenBinaryFile"](Path, aqFile.faWrite, true);
 
 // Writes data to the file
 myFile["WriteBool"](false);
 myFile["WriteCurrency"](3000000000);
 myFile["WriteDate"](aqDateTime.Today());
 myFile["WriteFloat"](1543.514)
 myFile["WriteInt"](58942);
 myFile["WriteString"]('Hello!');
 
 // Closes the file
 myFile["Close"]();
 
 // Opens the file for reading
 myFile = aqFile["OpenBinaryFile"](Path, aqFile.faRead);
 
 // Reads data from the file in different formats
 Log["Message"]( "The bolean is: "+ myFile["ReadBool"]() );
 Log["Message"]( "The currency is: "+ myFile["ReadCurrency"]() );
 Log["Message"]( "The date is: " + myFile["ReadDate"]());
 Log["Message"]( "The float number is: " + myFile["ReadFloat"]() );
 Log["Message"]( "The integer number is: "+ myFile["ReadInt"]() );
 Log["Message"]( "The string is: "+ myFile["ReadString"](6) );
 
 // Closes the file
 myFile["Close"]();
}

/*
  The routine produces the following output:
  The bolean is: false
  The currency is: 3000000000
  The date is: Wed Jun 23 00:00:00 UTC+0400 2010
  The float number is: 1543.514
  The integer number is: 58942
  The string is: Hello!
*/

See Also

Working With Files From Scripts
OpenBinaryFile Method

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