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Sometimes you may wish to read byte-input into a String. To do this you will need to find something that converts between byte and the "native Java" UTF-16 Codepoints used as char. That is done with a InputStreamReader. To speed the process up a bit, it's "usual" to allocate a b...
Writing bytes to an OutputStream one byte at a time OutputStream stream = object.getOutputStream(); byte b = 0x00; stream.write( b ); Writing a byte array byte[] bytes = new byte[] { 0x00, 0x00 }; stream.write( bytes ); Writing a section of a byte array int offset = 1; int length = ...
Most streams must be closed when you are done with them, otherwise you could introduce a memory leak or leave a file open. It is important that streams are closed even if an exception is thrown. Java SE 7 try(FileWriter fw = new FileWriter("outfilename"); BufferedWriter bw = new Buf...
This function copies data between two streams - void copy(InputStream in, OutputStream out) throws IOException { byte[] buffer = new byte[8192]; while ((bytesRead = in.read(buffer)) > 0) { out.write(buffer, 0, bytesRead); } } Example - // reading from System.in and ...
OutputStream and InputStream have many different classes, each of them with a unique functionality. By wrapping a stream around another, you gain the functionality of both streams. You can wrap a stream any number of times, just take note of the ordering. Useful combinations Writing characters to...
package com.streams; import java.io.*; public class DataStreamDemo { public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException { InputStream input = new FileInputStream("D:\\datastreamdemo.txt"); DataInputStream inst = new DataInputStream(input); int count...

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