Writes a sequence of bytes to this channel from a subsequence of the given buffers.
An attempt is made to write up to r bytes to this channel, where r is the total number of bytes remaining in the specified subsequence of the given buffer array, that is,
+ ... + srcs[offset+length-1].remaining()
at the moment that this method is invoked.
Suppose that a byte sequence of length n is written, where
<= r. Up to the first
srcs[offset].remaining() bytes of this sequence are written from buffer
srcs[offset], up to the next
srcs[offset+1].remaining() bytes are written from buffer
srcs[offset+1], and so forth, until the entire byte sequence is written. As many bytes as possible are written from each buffer, hence the final position of each updated buffer, except the last updated buffer, is guaranteed to be equal to that buffer's limit.
Unless otherwise specified, a write operation will return only after writing all of the r requested bytes. Some types of channels, depending upon their state, may write only some of the bytes or possibly none at all. A socket channel in non-blocking mode, for example, cannot write any more bytes than are free in the socket's output buffer.
This method may be invoked at any time. If another thread has already initiated a write operation upon this channel, however, then an invocation of this method will block until the first operation is complete.