Destroys of an instance of a writer.
destructor Destroy; override;
virtual __fastcall ~TWriter();
Do not call Destroy directly in an application. Writers are created indirectly by the global routines or stream methods that use them. When these routines are finished, they handle disposing of the writer.
Destroy writes the buffer before calling the inherited Destroy, which frees the buffer.
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