By: Emiley J in Java Tutorials on 2012-11-27
What do you normally do with a File? A file is used to store your documents. Right? In Java, a file is treated as a stream of characters, objects or any primitive data types and saved in a computer file such as myexpenses.txt. Java has a basic package java.io that contains all File related classes to handle file reading, writing and manipulating the contents.
A Stream can be defined as a continuous sequence of data. In Java, InputStream is used to read data from a source and OutputStream is used to write data to a destination. The InputStream can be the computer Console input, or a file, or a webpage content from an URL etc. Similarly, an OutputStream can be the computer monitor, a computer file, a server socket etc.
Here is a list of Java File Tutorials that will show you how to handle files in Java Programs
- Read a file line by line in Java - Sample Program
- Write to a file in Java - Sample Program
- Save/Write/Read image file from/to a database using Java program
- File example program in Java
- Uploading a file to a server using JSP
- FileReader and FileWriter example program in Java
- FilenameFilter - sample program in Java
- FileOutputStream - sample program in Java
- Sample Java program shows how to Read a file over a network
- ZIP files in a folder and List files in a folder using Java Program
- A Java program which takes contents of one file and sends the output to another file by adding line numbers to each line.
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