Consideration was also given to combining the two previous options, and setting errno to [EINTR] while returning a short count. There are some important considerations when the file is open for text conversion and the CCSIDs involved are not strictly single-byte: The read will return the exact number of bytes requested.
LIB file systems, most end-of-file characters are symbolic; that is, they are stored outside the member.
It is less than nbyte only if read reached the end of the file before reading the requested number of bytes. Most new implementations support this behavior.
See the Usage Notes for write --Write to Descriptor. This number is less than or equal to nbyte.
The maximum number of bytes on a single read that can be supported for text data is 2,, 2GB - bytes. The thread, however, does not have the appropriate privileges to the objects that were needed to establish a connection.
The next consecutive read will begin with the remainder of the partial character. The abstract types can be declared so that existing functions work, but can also be declared so that larger types can be represented in future implementations.
The following sections are informative. Authorities Return Value value read was successful.