Copy at least min but up to max bytes to the specified destination buffer from this input
skipping offset bytes. If there are not enough bytes available to provide min bytes then
it fails with an exception.
It is safe to specify
max > destination.writeRemaining but
min shouldn’t be bigger than the destination free space.
This function could trigger the underlying source reading that may lead to blocking I/O.
It is safe to specify too big offset but only if
min = 0, fails otherwise.
This function usually copy more bytes than min (unless
max = min).
destination - to write bytes
offset - to skip input
min - bytes to be copied, shouldn’t be greater than the buffer free space. Could be
max - bytes to be copied even if there are more bytes buffered, could be Int.MAX_VALUE.
Throwable - when not enough bytes available to provide
number of bytes copied to the destination possibly
Deprecated: Binary compatibility
Copy available bytes to the specified buffer but keep them available. If the underlying implementation could trigger bytes population from the underlying source and block until any bytes available
Very similar to readAvailable but don’t discard copied bytes.
Return number of bytes were copied