filehandle.write(string[, position[, encoding]])


    string 写入文件。 如果 string 不是字符串,则 promise 使用错误拒绝。

      • string <string>
      • position <integer> | <null> The offset from the beginning of the file where the data from string should be written. If position is not a number the data will be written at the current position. See the POSIX pwrite(2) documentation for more detail. Default: null
      • encoding <string> The expected string encoding. Default: 'utf8'
      • Returns: <Promise>

      Write string to the file. If string is not a string, the promise is rejected with an error.

      The promise is resolved with an object containing two properties:

      • bytesWritten <integer> the number of bytes written
      • buffer <string> a reference to the string written.

      It is unsafe to use filehandle.write() multiple times on the same file without waiting for the promise to be resolved (or rejected). For this scenario, use filehandle.createWriteStream().

      On Linux, positional writes do not work when the file is opened in append mode. The kernel ignores the position argument and always appends the data to the end of the file.