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Storing input using Comm API

 
liverpool alan
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Hi,
I'm using the comm APi to read in data from my serial port...
Currently I'm just printing the data to the screen, but I'm looking to either store it in a file, or transfer it to a database...I was wondering if anybody has any experience with this sort of thing........
Thanks,
Alan
 
Cindy Glass
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What you are talking about is basic I/O
http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/essential/io/overview.html
Unless of course if you choose to write to a database. Then you need to use JDBC.
 
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