Hi, The question no of marcus green exam no 53...says that File class can be used to delete the File from the directory ...is that possible..If yes can anyone lemme know the syntax of it...I am giving the exam in third week of november....pretty nervous..Becoz of threads...can someone out there help me out with threads example...i need a small working example displaying the use of synchronized,wait,notify all....i would be glad to..I have tried understanding the concepts and have done so to some extent but need some practical example...thanks..
Joined: Oct 31, 2000
File class has a method called delete. It deletes whatever file name you associate it with. If you give a directory name, then it will delete the directory if it's empty. Usage is File f = new File("test.txt"); f.delete(); This deletes the file in the working directory. If you give a directory name for f, like f = new File("\test"); It will delete the directory test if it's empty. Sudha
Joined: Oct 09, 2000
Hi anand, For simple examples on synchronised, wait, notify etc., I think u can refer to the book " The complete reference of Java 2" by Herbert Schieldt. Thanks Nijeesh