Tests if the end of a file has been reached.
fh (scalar) – file handle.
ret (scalar) – 1 if end of file has been reached, else 0.
Read each row from a dataset one at a time and compute the sum of each column.
// Get file name with full path to dataset fname = getGAUSSHome() $+ "examples/credit.dat"; // Get file handle, to read from dataset fh = dataOpen(fname, "read"); sum = 0; // Iterate until reaching end of dataset do until eof(fh); // Read one row of the dataset per iteration tmp = readr(fh, 1); sum = sum + tmp; endo;
After the above code, sum will equal:
18087.6 1.89424e+06 141976 1183 22267 5380
GAUSS will keep reading until
eof(fh) returns the
value 1, which it will when the end of the dataset
has been reached.
This function is used with
readr() and the
fgets() commands to test for
the end of a file.
seekr() function can be used to set the pointer to a specific row
position in a dataset; the
fseek() function can be used to set the
pointer to a specific byte offset in a file opened with