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i want to know how save the directory structure to ArrayList, and then later i can iterate it, so that the double path or the double string remove and then i will zip the directory with the ZipOutputStream class (of course i give the path to FileInputStream and write it to ZipOutputStream). Which one is better : ArrayList, TreeSet, Vector, List, etc from Collection class ? Can someone give an example how to figure it, any help would be appreciated ?
I think you'll find you can walk the directory structure and write the files in a single path rather than walk it once to get directory names and walk those to write files. Have you looked at all the methods on File? You'll need a recursive routine something like:
That's not real Java of course ... let me know if it is close enough to get you started coding.
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thanks for replaying my question, i want to save the path of directory to List Collection because i want to avoid the double entry name such as c:\java\example.txt could occur two time if i zip a large of directory and file(more than 2 GB). And the second reason i want to obtain the directory structure. Have anyone better solution than i have gotten, here is my code :