1) In Window OS file path are represented as “c:\a.txt”,but in other OS it might differ from Windows OS.
But in java if I use the below state how the “path of file” given in Windows OS and other OS also??
File f =new File(“path of the File:”)
2) in java class if I create file “a.txt” is valid in windows OS ,The same ”a.txt” is valid file in OS except windows ??.
If I have to create a class which should run in OS such as windows,Unix,Linux ,etc,then How I write my java class to create file?
3)Java has any standard representation to represent file path???
4) If I read path “c:/a”,then java consider “c:a” only,why this is?
I'm not quite clear about what you are asking but I think you mean how to represent File object references on different operating systems. The documentation on the File class is very useful for this. There are a few static fields that return the separator for the OS you are using
File.separatorChar will return '/' ojn Unix and '\\' on Windows
Is this what you mean?
Joined: Nov 07, 2008
Read up on the File documentation, there are OS generic ways of representing paths.