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Function std.process.Pipe.close

Closes both ends of the pipe.

void close() @safe;

Normally it is not necessary to do this manually, as File objects are automatically closed when there are no more references to them.

Note that if either end of the pipe has been passed to a child process, it will only be closed in the parent process. (What happens in the child process is platform dependent.)


ErrnoException if an error occurs.


Lars Tandle Kyllingstad, Steven Schveighoffer, Vladimir Panteleev


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