Comment on Tutorial - Write to a file in Java - Sample Program By Dorris



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Comment Added at : 2012-12-03 14:54:41

Comment on Tutorial : Write to a file in Java - Sample Program By Dorris
You know what will be usefull if we can use this in a java command line console to like when complie and run we can go ahead and write to it because when can just go ahead then write up a file of choce it just defeats the purpose f haing to write the code anyway!

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