Creates a dummy input stream.
Returns true if some data is available in the stream right now, so that calling Read() wouldn't block.
Returns true after an attempt has been made to read past the end of the stream.
Returns the first character in the input queue and removes it, blocking until it appears if necessary.
Returns the last number of bytes read.
Returns the first character in the input queue without removing it.
Reads data from the input queue and stores it in the specified output stream.
Changes the stream current position.
Returns the current stream position or wxInvalidOffset if it's not available (e.g.
This function acts like the previous one except that it takes only one character: it is sometimes shorter to use than the generic function.