Binary Data Serialization in Dart
ByteReader classes are utility classes designed to facilitate reading and writing binary data in Dart. They offer a convenient way to serialize and deserialize data into byte sequences, enabling efficient storage and transmission of binary data.
ByteWriter class provides methods for writing various data types into a binary format. It includes the following key methods:
writeBool: Writes a boolean value to the byte buffer.
writeString: Writes a string value to the byte buffer.
writeUint8List: Writes a list of 8-bit unsigned integers to the byte buffer.
writeUint16: Writes a 16-bit unsigned integer to the byte buffer.
writeBytes: Writes a list of bytes to the byte buffer.
- ...and more.
compile method returns the compiled byte sequence as a
Uint8List that can be further processed or transmitted.
ByteReader class complements the
ByteWriter class by providing methods to read data from a binary format. It maintains an internal index to keep track of the current position within the byte sequence. Key methods include:
readBool: Reads a boolean value from the byte sequence.
readString: Reads a string value from the byte sequence.
readUint8List: Reads a list of 8-bit unsigned integers from the byte sequence.
readUint16: Reads a 16-bit unsigned integer from the byte sequence.
readBytes: Reads a specified number of bytes from the byte sequence.
- ...and more.
ByteReader allows you to read values in the same order they were written by the
ByteReader classes are useful in scenarios where efficient serialization and deserialization of binary data is required. They find application in various use cases, such as:
- Working with network protocols
- Manipulating low-level binary data
- Storing binary data in a custom file format
- Efficiently transmitting binary data over a network
Please refer to the documentation within the classes for detailed information on the available methods and their usage.
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