Charles Comstock wrote:
> Why is there only an IO::read, and no equivalent IO::write that takes a 
> filename, a string to write, and an optional offset in the file to start 
> writing at?  Or better yet an IO::write(filename[,offset])= string to 
> write to file.  I don't know it seems useful to me for quickly writing a 
> response out to a file anyone else?

This seems reasonable to me.

We *might* also want a writelines that corresponded to readlines --
though that would be less generally useful.

Hal