Function fblockwrite write data to a file in binary format, while ignoring line brakes and encoding.
Using an invalid handle will crash your server! Get a valid handle by using fopen or ftemp.
This function name starts with a lowercase letter.

(handle, const buffer[], size = sizeof buffer)
int handle The File handle to use, opened by fopen().
string buffer The data to write to the file.
int size The number of cells to write.

Return Values:
This function does not return any specific values.

// Define "some_enum"
enum _:some_enum
// Declare "some_data"
new some_data[some_enum];
// ...
// Open "file.bin" in "write only" mode
new File:handle = fopen("file.bin", io_write);
// Check, if "file.bin" is open
	// Success
	// Write "some_data" into "file.bin"
	fblockwrite(handle, some_data);
	// Close "file.bin"
	// Error
	print("Failed to open \"file.bin\".");

Related Functions
The following functions may be useful, as they are related to this function in one way or another.
  • fopen: Open a file (to read from or write to).
  • fclose: Close a file.
  • ftemp: Create a temporary file stream.
  • fremove: Remove a file.
  • fwrite: Write to a file.
  • fread: Read a file.
  • fputchar: Put a character in a file.
  • fgetchar: Get a character from a file.
  • fblockread: Read blocks of data from a file.
  • fseek: Jump to a specific character in a file.
  • flength: Get the file length.
  • fexist: Check, if a file exists.
  • fmatch: Check, if patterns with a file name matches.