Stops file I/O redirection and resets the I/O methods back to their defaults.
public void StopRedirecting()
Public Sub StopRedirecting()
public void stopRedirecting()
LEADTOOLS I/O redirection allows you to replace the default input/output methods for opening, reading, writing, seeking, and closing files.
For example, you can redirect all the library I/O methods to your own I/O methods to load/save images from your own streams.
For an example, refer to StartRedirecting.
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