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[File] end.

Moves the file pointer to the end of the file. Use this in combination with negative seek operations. The example will read the last 10 bytes of the file. This is accomplished by first moving the file pointer to the end of the file, then putting it back 10 bytes (negative number), and then reading 10 bytes.

 file open: 'r'.
 file end.
 ☞ x := file seek: -10, read bytes: 10.

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