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An implementation of ByteChannel that reads from and writes to a native unix
private volatile boolean isOpen = true;
Creates a new FileDescriptorByteChannel
fd The native unix fd to read/write.
Reads data from the native unix file descriptor.
dst The destination ByteBuffer to place read bytes in.
- The number of bytes read.
java.io.IOException If an error occurred during reading.
Writes data to the native unix file descriptor.
src The source ByteBuffer to write to the file descriptor.
- The number of bytes written.
java.io.IOException If an error occurred during writing.
Tests if the ByteChannel is open.
- true if the Channel is still open
Closes the Channel
This closes the underlying native file descriptor.