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Joined: Feb 14, 2007
Feb 27, 2007 20:32:00
as part of my
preparation i came through he topic "basic i/o".iam unable to understand what are byte streams character streams and buffered streams.iam going through sun's site
can anyone please explain me these? or any link that explians me these clearly.iam going through the book "java 2 suncertifified programmer" by "brain bagnall".i dont have a k&b book wit me as of now.planning to buy.
Joined: Aug 03, 2002
Feb 27, 2007 21:57:00
The explanations in the tutorial seem clear and simple. What do you not understand?
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Joined: Feb 25, 2007
Feb 27, 2007 22:03:00
You can follow this link for difference between byte and character streams:
A buffered stream does not do an I/O operation for every byte read, it buffers the bytes in memory for effecient performance
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