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Reading first 10 lines from a file and writing it into another file

 
Not mohammed
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Hi,

I want to read first 10 lines of a text file and then write the same into a new file:
Below is the code which I tried, but ain't able to write anything.

Your help will be greatly appreciated.

in my main method, I have:



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Andi Eska
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Not mohammed wrote:Hi,

I want to read first 10 lines of a text file and then write the same into a new file:



You'll have to call flush() of your writer additionally it is recomended to close all your streams.
The call to flush is optional when you call close() on a Writer.
In Java 7 you can use the Autocloseable feature i.e. you don't have to call the close method explicitly.

A working example looks something like

 
Rajasekhar Karanam
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Here is a simple solution for your problem.
 
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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