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    Red face help me in java io

    HELLO,:)
    this my first post here.....
    Iam abignner in java:(
    so,i have problem in java io
    i cant understand or work it:o
    can any one give me some links for explaining it:)
    or give me the right way to learn it:)
    help me ...........please.
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    Please edit your post and take away that preposterous big font; now my eyeballs are bleeding.

    kind regards,

    Jos

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    Please have a look here: IO tutorial

    I second Josh's recommendation that you tone down your font size. Oh, and welcome to our forum!

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    sorry,for you mr:JosAH
    thanxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx FUbarable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engineer View Post
    sorry,for you mr:JosAH
    thanxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx FUbarable
    Thanks for reducing your font size; a tip for when you start reading that tutorial linked by Fubarable: keep in mind that the entire byte Streams and character Readers/Writers are implemented as wrappers; given a Stream you can always wrap it in another Stream that offers more functionality. Those wrappers can always present themselves as the objects they wrap; a powerful framework it is.

    kind regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by JosAH View Post
    Thanks for reducing your font size; a tip for when you start reading that tutorial linked by Fubarable: keep in mind that the entire byte Streams and character Readers/Writers are implemented as wrappers; given a Stream you can always wrap it in another Stream that offers more functionality. Those wrappers can always present themselves as the objects they wrap; a powerful framework it is.

    kind regards,

    Jos
    do you think that sun tutorials is the best way for me to learn from it???
    hint
    please ,try to understand my English,i dont speak English good....:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engineer View Post
    do you think that sun tutorials is the best way for me to learn from it???
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    please ,try to understand my English,i dont speak English good....:)
    I guess Sun Tutorials can help you. But IO is not a single term... There are many classes which can be used according to your program task.

    The PrintWriter or PipedOutputStream for example etc

    What effect you want to get? To read an image or a byte array?

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    Sun tutorials do what they intend to do give a good foundation for other work, i would reccomend starting there unless you got some specific problem they dont allude to either directly or indirectly. :)

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